transvalue [trans-val-yoo, tranz-] ExamplesWord Origin verb (used with object), trans·val·ued, trans·val·u·ing.
- to reestimate the of, especially on a basis differing from accepted standards; reappraise; reevaluate.
Origin of transvalue First recorded in 1905–10;+ Related formstrans·val·u·a·tion, noun Examples from the Web for transvaluation Historical Examples of transvaluation
If he implies anything at all he implies a “transvaluation of all values.”
Van Wyck Brooks
The transvaluation of critical values must follow in the trail of revolutions.
Already they are working at the transvaluation of all feeling in the European sense.
It is the motto of this movement to effect a transvaluation of sthetic values in style and stagecraft.
Horace Barnett Samuel
The creator of the Duchesse de Sanseverina had caught more than a glimpse of the transvaluation of all values.
British Dictionary definitions for transvaluation transvalue verb -ues, -uing or -ued
- (tr) to evaluate by a principle that varies from the accepted standards
Derived Formstransvaluation, nountransvaluer, noun