Asked to name one Issa-led investigation that had been appropriately managed and not politicized, Cummings paused.
Eventually I gave way to Bunny's insistence and lost my virginity, appropriately enough, in H.G. Wells's spare bedroom.
The seamy side of British democracy was appropriately symbolized.
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And she was appropriately saucy, especially when thanking her co-star Sally Hawkins.
Later, after the young year had appropriately been ushered in, when the refreshments were being served, he might unbend somewhat.
“Emily” was appropriately represented in such a Theatre, by Miss Garrick.
This revival of classic taste in art is commonly and appropriately called Renaissance.
The region of country was most appropriately styled "The Wilderness."
Speak both in the senate and to every man, whoever he may be, appropriately, not with any affectation: use plain discourse.
"specially suitable, proper," early 15c., from Latin appropriatus, past participle of appropriare (see appropriate (v.)). Related: Appropriately; appropriateness.
liberate (WWI Army)