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They are not content to tell you that this or that inapposite event has taken place.AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
It depends for its effect, not upon ornament, which perforce appears trivial and inapposite, but upon its mass.AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
This speech of Aeneas, though not inapposite, is rather didactic—a fault which always remained a danger to Euripides.THE RHESUS OF EURIPEDESEURIPEDES
He stood before his bookshelves trying to select a volume, rejecting one after another as inapposite.HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
This lesson is, perhaps, not inapposite for a nation already proud in arms but new in history.CANADA IN FLANDERS, VOLUME II (OF 3)LORD MAX AITKEN BEAVERBROOK
In addition, the functional act is inapposite, sometimes even harmful; it may be described as a parasite function.TICS AND THEIR TREATMENTHENRY MEIGNE
As for Jenny Trewhella, madness would have to help the signature of such an inapposite conjunction.CARNIVALCOMPTON MACKENZIE
They are names mostly associated with the early annals of Montreal, and seem rather inapposite here.TORONTO OF OLDHENRY SCADDING
Why, I was almost tempted to join in the general merriment his inapposite reply elicited.THE OLD SOLDIERS STORYJAMES WHITCOMB RILEY
And any two lines, no matter how inapposite, can174 be æsthetically related by other lines properly placed.MODERN PAINTING, ITS TENDENCY AND MEANINGWILLARD HUNTINGTON WRIGHT

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