Apropos in a Sentence
Definition of Apropos
fitting; at the right time
Use Apropos in a sentence
Justine’s apropos comment fit in perfectly with our discussion.
Because my bills were due, the financial gift from my father arrived apropos.
While the words may seem a bit strange, they are apropos and relate to the topic we are discussing.
I always invite Chuck to my parties because he has the gift of making apropos remarks which put people at ease.
Since Henry just left the room, this is the apropos moment for us to discuss his surprise party.
If we cannot get the opera singer for the event, what other artist would be apropos for the gala?
When I was feeling depressed, I received a care package from my mother apropos.
The police arrived apropos at the jewelry store and were able to catch the burglars.
Even though no one expected Bill to talk at the wedding reception, his apropos speech ended the evening on a good note.
The judge decided the audiotape would be allowed in the trial because it was apropos to the case.
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appropriate, fitting, apt, pertinent, proper, suitable, relevant, germane
inappropriate, irrelevant, unsuitable, impertinent