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apposite

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishappositeap‧po‧site /ˈæpəzət/ adjective formal  SUITABLEsuitable to what is happening or being discussed syn appropriate opp inappropriateapposite to His observations are, indeed, apposite to the present discussion.appositely adverbappositeness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
appositeAreas where safeguards developed against the backdrop of a different type of decision-making may be more efficacious and apposite.Adequate on-line and off-line information is essential for apposite decision-making.Refreshed, I said hi to a few filmstars, briefly joining them at their tables with a selection of apposite one-liners.Ms. Emerson made a few brief but apposite remarks about the incident.This book, then, makes an apposite sequel to her last novel, Le Divorce.There is one apposite text which may be worth a closer look.
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