valuer

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value +‎ -er

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valuer (plural valuers)

  1. A person who valuates; an assessor or appraiser.
  2. A person who appreciates something and sets a value on it.
    • 1983, Lynn R. Kahle, Social values and social change: adaptation to life in America
      Valuers of warm relationships and other value groups may fulfill interpersonal needs through the family but are more willing to admit that parenting is not the only means for finding companionship and love.

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