Mrs. Trapes is a woman of singularly apposite ideas.
"The Definite Object" by Jeffery Farnol
And Aunt Charlotte was a very apposite specimen of the class.
"Austin and His Friends" by Frederic H. Balfour
Dr. Lieber's remarks on this point are peculiarly just and apposite.
"Elements of Military Art and Science" by Henry Wager Halleck
On the other hand, an apposite anecdote has saved many a speech from failure.
"The Art of Public Speaking" by Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein
The only other rule in the game is that the occasion for making each remark must be reasonably apposite.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 159, August 4th, 1920" by Various
I wish, therefore, but for an apposite occasion to express to Mr. Adams my unchanged affections for him.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
The author answers appositely that the abundance of the goodness of God is the cause.
"Theodicy" by G. W. Leibniz
Is not sympathy with what is modern, instant, actual, and apposite a fair parallel of patriotism?
"French Art" by W. C. Brownell
Between words or phrases in apposition to each other.
"Punctuation" by Frederick W. Hamilton
The "Prince of the power of the air," he very appositely called the "Little Bad Man.
"Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 1 (of 3)" by James Athearn Jones
Words in apposition are generally marked off by commas.
""Stops"" by Paul Allardyce
It was the most astonishing and apposite piece of luck that had ever happened to him.
"Clayhanger" by Arnold Bennett
I cannot tell you how very apposite to my work these two feathers are.
"Hortus Inclusus" by John Ruskin
It consisted in outlining leaves or branches by means of two lines of ink placed in apposition.
"Chinese Painters" by Raphael Petrucci
She gave a light laugh that had in it so little mirth, was so little apposite to ridicule, that he did not feel it a fleer.
"The Storm Centre" by Charles Egbert Craddock
The example most apposite to our present subject is the structure of the bones of animals.
"The Seven Lamps of Architecture" by John Ruskin
The element of the opportune, the apposite, the fit, is always great part of the secret of eloquence.
"French Classics" by William Cleaver Wilkinson
The Skipper's apposite remarks aided me in keeping my senses.
"Latitude 19 degree" by Mrs. Schuyler Crowninshield
James Nimmo could quote whole stanzas of him, and kept a store of apposite tags and passages from his works upon the tip of his tongue.
"A Knight on Wheels" by Ian Hay
For they wrest the Holy Scripture, and never quote it appositely.
"History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century (Volume 1)" by J. H. Merle D'Aubigné
After the apposition of all essential graphs at the examined frequency ranges, an evaluation of the antenna’s behaviour in connection with frequency has to be made.
"D-Dimond1", Prototype Antenna RGA-05
The word coagulation, introduced in German in , sounds strange to the native English speaker to whom it suggests blood clotting; coalescence seems a more apposite English word.
More Uses of Exchangeability: Representations of Complex Random Structures
The BLC is therefore an apposite candidate for any high-contrast instruments on ELTs.
Band-Limited Coronagraphs using a halftone-dot process: II. Advances and laboratory results for arbitrary telescope apertures
In Section 2, we construct the operator restrictions of interest together with a set of formal completeness relations that will pave the way for introducing in Section 3 the spaces of state vectors for particle-antiparticle pairs, the apposite dynamical operators and their local matrix representation.
Pseudo-Unitary Dynamics of Free Relativistic Quantum Mechanical Twofold Systems
The fusion process can be roughly divided into two steps [ 30]: ﬁrst the two membranes to be fused are brought into close apposition.
Biological and synthetic membranes: What can be learned from a coarse-grained description?
In the proof outlined above, an apposite indexing of the closed terms in the sets T and T ′ facilitates the deﬁnition of the bijection β .
Thread extraction for polyadic instruction sequences
Blind analysis has won a secure place in our practice of particle physics, as a talisman against experimenter’s bias, but it is not apposite when we are seeking to get the lay of the land.
Looking into Particle Production at the Large Hadron Collider