appropriate[ adjective uh-proh-pree-it; verb uh-proh-pree-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF appropriate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPROPRIATE
I understood precisely why the name of 'Reddy' was appropriate to you.
The dining-hall was decorated for the occasion with appropriate portraits.
Aside to audience in comic despair, with appropriate gesture.
But he did not have the work acted; it was sung in costume with a background of appropriate scenery.
They were appropriate to the place, and had been beautifully set to music.
Then, being all in all to one another, there was even an appropriate grace in the lock.
He took Clennam's card and appropriate pecuniary compliment.
His manner of imparting information, is thoughtful, and appropriate to the scene.
At every annual meeting he has delivered an appropriate address.
I should advise you to appropriate the expression when speaking of her eyes.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR APPROPRIATE
- out of the ordinary
- carry off
- hold for ransom
- hold up
- make off with
- rip off
- run off with
- spirit away
- stick up
- take possession of
- walk off with