Another word for appreciate
appreciate value prize 1esteem treasure cherishSearch Thesaurus
These verbs mean to have a highly favorable opinion of someone or something. Appreciate applies especially to high regard based on critical assessment, comparison, and judgment: As immigrants, they appreciated their newfound freedom. Value implies high regard for the importance or worth of the object: “In principle, the modern university values . . . the free exchange of ideas . . .” (Eloise Salholz). Prize often suggests pride of possession: “the nonchalance prized by teen-agers” (Elaine Louie). Esteem implies respect: “If he had never esteemed my opinion before, he would have thought highly of me then” (Jane Austen). Treasure and cherish stress solicitous care and affectionate regard: We treasure our freedom. “They seek out the Salish Indian woman . . . to learn the traditions she cherishes” (Tamara Jones).
Another word for appreciateverb
To recognize the worth, quality, importance, or magnitude of:cherish, esteem, prize1, respect, treasure, value. Idiom: set store by. See praise
To regard with great pleasure or approval:admire. See like, praise