appertain

[ ap-er-teyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF appertain

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPERTAIN

Mrs. Merton had undertaken the duties that appertain to the "hissing urn."

Yet there are several characteristics which appertain to the whole continent.

To you only it will appertain to decide whether you will be converted or no.

The consideration of hypnotic cures does not appertain to our theme.

Where are the houses, the palaces, that should appertain to these lordly parks?

They appeared to appertain to what had preceded them but remotely.

I warn you that they do not appertain to my caste and political opinions.

She was profoundly out of temper with him and all that might pertain and appertain to him.

Natural rights are those which appertain to man in right of his existence.

They appertain to all the duties of life, but are too numerous to be quoted here.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR APPERTAIN

referred

verbconcern, apply
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