The two co-starred, along with Cameron, in the 2003 aptly titled film It Runs in the Family.
Matter is energy, remember, and you can create vibrational momentum by ridding yourself of aptly named stuff.
The settlement watchdog Peace Now aptly described it a "slap in the face to the efforts of the U.S. Secretary of State."
The kindly, aptly named Police Officer Lawrence DePrimo became an instant celebrity.
Ron Paul seemed more energetic than usual, and aptly summed himself up in one word: "consistent."
"Grand, gloomy, and peculiar," is a phrase which fits it as aptly as it fitted the great captain.
An anecdote often told of him aptly illustrates his habit of mind.
But scarcely any English speaker quoted Shakespeare in public so often or so aptly as this Irishman.
And as another has so aptly phrased it, "There was sound of revelry by night."
We swallow and regurgitate over and over again our dissatisfaction, and are aptly said to chew the cud of bitterness.
mid-14c., "inclined, disposed;" late 14c., "suited, fitted, adapted," from Old French ate (13c., Modern French apte), or directly from Latin aptus "fit, suited," adjectival use of past participle of *apere "to attach, join, tie to," from PIE root *ap- "to grasp, take, reach" (cf. Sanskrit apnoti "he reaches," Latin apisci "to reach after, attain," Hittite epmi "I seize"). Elliptical sense of "becoming, appropriate" is from 1560s.