appropriate

All Adjective Verb
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  • What conditions are required and what are appropriate conditions for feeling fear of death?
  • This time also is appropriate for cases where the day of death is unknown.
  • Next, found a city as soon as possible in an appropriate area.
  • TV-Y includes all television programs designed to be appropriate for all children.
  • What is meant by fear, and how much fear is appropriate?
  • He had settled himself beside her now, his appropriating eyes still taking in her beauty. Cited from The Tides of Barnegat, by F. Hopkinson Smith
  • It will also provide help and advice where needed and appropriate.
  • The amount of fear should be appropriate to the size of "the bad".
  • While the federal government has approved the idea, the money has not yet been appropriated.
  • He and many other members were in danger of being killed by those who had appropriated their property.
  • Stone intended for the hall was appropriated for other local construction projects.
  • The various forms of life are caused by an appropriate mixture of elements.
  • She seemed to understand what this sense of appropriating meant, and she did not like it. Cited from A Little Girl in Old Detroit, by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • Most view sexual relations as appropriate only within a marriage.
  • The fear was that they would be appropriated or destroyed by the government.
  • They only state that he "was brought up by receiving an education appropriate for a little prince".
  • Role theory is frequently used to identify an idea as appropriate because it is associated with a role.
  • He does this by circling his tail around his own body the appropriate number of times.
  • This location would then be appropriated as federal land, with the federal government acting as the local authority.
  • It should not be assumed that -en is always the appropriate ending, as it might appear above.
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Meaning of appropriate

  • verb Take possession of by force, as after an invasion
    the invaders seized the land and property of the inhabitants, The army seized the town, The militia captured the castle
  • adjective Suitable for a particular person or place or condition etc
    a book not appropriate for children, a funeral conducted the appropriate solemnity, it seems that an apology is appropriate