Apropos, Belinda, did not you tell me Clarence Hervey is coming to town?
Apropos, what is the reason that we have seen so little of Clarence Hervey lately?
I stammered it all out, on the way back, apropos of the rubbish-heap which had been Tentyra.
Apropos, how do you like this thought in a ballad I have just now on the tapis?
Apropos if you are for English verses, there is, on my part, an end of the matter.
Apropos, how do you like, I mean really like, the married life?
Apropos, your little godson is thriving charmingly, but is a very deil.
Apropos, Bjelke, what was the reason why you countermanded the ball last week?
I wish this because I know that the apropos will be the chief merit of the whole.
Your kindness, too,—like every real kindness,—had the merit of an apropos.