apart[ uh-pahrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF apart
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APART
They were apart from the others and for the moment unnoticed.
I am considering them apart, and confining myself wholly to the words of the song.
At any rate, the fact is that she was not buried with him, but apart from him; he had seen to that.
He has got to paint them so you can tell them apart the minute you look at them, hain't he?
Only this, she and another were like one, always, apart from the others.
Fanny leant behind him, and apart from all, against one of the pews.
Apart from the noise of the paying-out machinery, there was an awful stillness on board.
They had been speaking in an undertone, standing together at a window, apart from the rest.
He would live a solitary life, apart from the life of other men.
Apart from the primitive age of the Catacombs, had Rome ever been Christian?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR APART
- at large
- at liberty
- free as a bird
- not fitting
- on the loose