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Related to appraisable: plausible, appreciable, applaudable
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The Act defines the prize as the right of a player to acquire money or other benefits having a monetarily appraisable value.
Furthermore, the rhythm with which one reads the stanza alters its syntactical elements: with the absence of punctuation, 'Pig Cupid' can be read as the culmination of the previous lines ('the appraisable / Pig Cupid'), or it could be understood as the subject of the next verb, 'Rooting'.
In the Conover edition of Songs (and in Carl Van Vechten's manuscript of the poem), for example, the second line reads 'Silting the appraisable / Pig Cupid' (meaning choking up, or filling).