These decisions and criteria are referred to as “appropriateness.”
“NDSC is trying to decrease and change the appropriateness of imaging,” Bettmann said.
There has always been a debate over the appropriateness of judicial review.
Whatever lingering doubts remained about the appropriateness of the date dissolved right then.
My students were willing to discuss the appropriateness of the 16-18 range, but were resolutely opposed to going any lower.
The Bird Woman looked at the girl and guessed its appropriateness.
And here let us consider a moment this matter of appropriateness.
As to the block-form, let it be simple, and have the appearance of appropriateness and consistency.
The appropriateness of that name does not seem to strike you at once.
This man seemed to fit into the picture of the hills with the appropriateness of the native-born.
"specially suitable, proper," early 15c., from Latin appropriatus, past participle of appropriare (see appropriate (v.)). Related: Appropriately; appropriateness.
liberate (WWI Army)