What is another word for assessor?

Pronunciation: [ɐsˈɛsə] (IPA)

An assessor is a professional who evaluates the value or quality of something. Some common synonyms for an assessor include appraiser, evaluator, valuer, auditor, inspector, reviewer, and judge. Appraisers are often used in the context of property value assessment, while evaluators and reviewers may assess the effectiveness or performance of a system or program. Auditors are commonly used in the business world to conduct financial and compliance assessments, while inspectors are used in a variety of industries to ensure safety and quality standards are met. Regardless of the field, an assessor is an important professional who helps ensure accurate and fair assessments are made.

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Usage examples for Assessor

The assessor looked greatly offended.
"Under a Charm, Vol. III. (of III) A Novel"
E. Werner
What has assessor Hubert to do with my happiness?
"Under a Charm, Vol. III. (of III) A Novel"
E. Werner
You do not love the assessor?
"Under a Charm, Vol. III. (of III) A Novel"
E. Werner

Famous quotes with Assessor

  • As the twentieth century drew to a close, the connection between hard scientific fact and public policy became increasingly elastic. In part this was possible because of the complacency of the scientific profession; in part because of the lack of good science education among the public; in part, because of the rise of specialized advocacy groups which have been enormously effective in getting publicity and shaping policy; and in great part because of the decline of the media as an independent assessor of fact.
    Michael Crichton

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