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The old saying, “Out of sight, out of mind” was proving its appositeness in her case.
THE LOCUSTS' YEARSMARY HELEN FEE
The present hand-book of Dderlein is remarkable for the brevity, distinctness, perspicuity, and appositeness of its definitions.
DDERLEIN'S HAND-BOOK OF LATIN SYNONYMESLUDWIG DDERLEIN
The appositeness of this illustration will be evident when it is applied to the subject under consideration.
FREE SHIPS: THE RESTORATION OF THE AMERICAN CARRYING TRADEJOHN CODMAN
"Benedicamus Dominum," he commented, though I could not grasp the appositeness of the comment.
THE STROLLING SAINTRAPHAEL SABATINI
There is a certain appositeness in the words I have just uttered that probably may correspond to my position.
MODERN ELOQUENCE: VOL II, AFTER-DINNER SPEECHES E-OVARIOUS
The position of the paper in Society was won by appositeness of political criticism, and the delicate edge of its satire.
GEORGE DU MAURIER, THE SATIRIST OF THE VICTORIANST. MARTIN WOOD
I presume the story has some connection in your mind with the subject in hand, but I am unable to see the appositeness?
THE STORY OF AN UNTOLD LOVEPAUL LEICESTER FORD
"Per silentia amica lunoe," added Ducat, whose quotations were not always conspicuous for their appositeness.
THE DOWNFALLEMILE ZOLA
Various sketches appear on the walls, the subjects being selected with a view to their trade appositeness.
ROWLANDSON THE CARICATURIST. SECOND VOLUMEJOSEPH GREGO
Grief grinned to himself at the appositeness of it as "Lead, Kindly Light," floated out over the dark water.
A SON OF THE SUNJACK LONDON

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