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Munsell chroma, accent, accord respect to, account, admire, adore, advantage, advantageousness, affective meaning, agreeableness, apotheosize, appraisal, appraise, appreciate, apprize, arrangement, ascribe importance to, assay, assess, assessment, atmosphere, auspiciousness, avail, balance, barometer, bearing, behalf, behoof, beneficialness, benefit, benevolence, benignity, brightness, brushwork, calculate, caliber, calibrate, caliper, call, canon, care for, charge, check, check a parameter, cherish, chroma, chromatic color, chromaticity, class, cock, cogency, color, color quality, colorimetric quality, coloring, composition, compute, concern, concernment, connotation, consequence, consequentiality, consideration, convenience, conversion factor, cool color, cost, criterion, dead band, dearness, defer to, degree, deify, denotation, desert, design, dial, divide, draftsmanship, drift, effect, emphasis, entertain respect for, essence, esteem, estimate, evaluate, exalt, excellence, expedience, expense, extension, extraordinary worth, face, face value, fair-trade, fairness, fathom, favor, favorableness, figure, fineness, first-rateness, force, form an estimate, gate, gauge, gist, give an appreciation, goodliness, goodness, grace, graduate, graduated scale, grammatical meaning, great price, great value, grouping, guess, healthiness, helpfulness, hero-worship, high order, high rank, hold in esteem, hold in reverence, honor, hue, hydrant, idea, idolize, impact, implication, import, importance, intension, interest, invaluableness, kindness, lexical meaning, lightness, line, literal meaning, look up to, make an estimation, make much of, mark, market value, materiality, meaning, measure, mensurate, merit, mete, meter, model, moment, net worth, neutral color, niceness, norm, note, overtone, pace, painterliness, par value, parameter, paramountcy, pattern, pennyworth, percentage, perspective, pertinence, petcock, pith, pleasantness, plumb, point, practical consequence, precedence, preciousness, preeminence, price, pricelessness, primacy, priority, prize, probe, profit, profitableness, proportional band, purity, purport, quality, quantify, quantity, quantize, quote a price, range of meaning, rank, rate, rate highly, reading, readout, real meaning, reckon, reference, referent, regard, relation, relevance, respect, revere, reverence, rewardingness, rule, saturation, scale, scope, self-importance, semantic cluster, semantic field, sense, service, set at, set point, set store by, shading, shadow, significance, signification, significatum, signifie, size, size up, skillfulness, sound, soundness, span, span of meaning, spigot, spirit, standard, stature, step, stopcock, stress, structural meaning, substance, sum, sum and substance, superiority, supremacy, survey, symbolic meaning, take a reading, tap, target values, technique, tenor, test, think highly of, think much of, think well of, tint, tone, totality of associations, touchstone, transferred meaning, treasure, treatment, triangulate, type, unadorned meaning, undertone, unworthy, use, usefulness, validity, valorize, valuableness, valuate, valuation, value received, values, valve, venerate, virtue, virtuousness, warm color, weigh, weight, wholeness, worship, worth, yardstick

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