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apropos of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapropos of somethingapropos of something formalABOUTused to introduce a new subject that is related to something just mentioned He had nothing to say apropos of the latest developments.apropos of nothing (=not relating to anything previously mentioned) Apropos of nothing, he suddenly asked me if I liked cats! apropos
Examples from the Corpus
apropos of nothingDouglas paused and then, apropos of nothing , announced, "We could have been in New York by now."
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