appropriateness[ adjective uh-proh-pree-it; verb uh-proh-pree-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF appropriateness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPROPRIATENESS
As we go swiftly on we realize the appropriateness of the epithet ever applied to the Rhne.
Got the biggest sense of appropriateness of any man in the county, Wilkerson has.
No arguments can be drawn from the appropriateness or inappropriateness of the characters of Plato.
It was not until the next morning that they fully understood the appropriateness of the direction.
One of the Abbey's first charms is the appropriateness of its gardens; they too are old.
The appropriateness of the name strikes one at the first glance.
So read, we see in these words fuller beauty and appropriateness.
And here let us consider a moment this matter of appropriateness.
It was not from a sense of appropriateness, as in pursuance of her system of re-examination.
The appropriateness of that name does not seem to strike you at once.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR APPROPRIATENESS
- wear and tear