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aptly named/described/called etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaptly named/described/called etcaptly named/described/called etcSUITABLEnamed, described etc in a way that seems very suitable syn appropriately The aptly named Skyline Restaurant provides spectacular views of the city below. aptly
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aptly named/described/called etcIn that regard, this disc is aptly named.The Moonlight Restaurant was aptly named.The parish was recently founded and aptly named.The Manor might be aptly described as a spiritual College.The aptly named Honda Accord has been produced in co-operation with Rover.The latter was aptly named, so tart that the first gulp curled your lips back.It was aptly named the Plough & Harrow.Then it was being run by the aptly named Thomas Mill.
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