Thesaurus / apt

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It stuffs into its own pocket for easy transport, and while the price might be a deterrent for some, I’ve never had a more apt use for the phrase “Buy it nice or buy it twice” than I have with this hoodie.
Although they are generalist predators, apt to eat anything they can catch, spiders regularly capture nuisance pests and even disease-carrying insects – for example, mosquitoes.
Sora’s product, thus, feels more apt for educationally gifted students than students who might need extra help or support.
That moniker is especially apt given that Roberts was so frequently in the majority this term.
For in such cases I'm apt to be the one that's handiest, and you know what that means.
TORCHY AS A PASEWELL FORD
Dramatic instinct as applied to listening on the stage, and everywhere, is apt to be overlooked.
The mind is apt to tire and needs rousing continually, otherwise the work will lack the impulse that shall make it vital.
The further progress of religion is apt to appear as a revolt against the system which has grown so strong.
HISTORY OF RELIGIONALLAN MENZIES
Aspiring youngsters who wanted to make sure of good marks were apt to look upon the same pews with special favour.
THE SOUL OF A CHILDEDWIN BJORKMAN
Gourlay was merely boasting—as young blades are apt to do of acquaintance with older roisterers.

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