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adapt
used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

3 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
especially well adapted for
Definition
to be especially well suited or appropriate for something
  • A very sweet existence, taking it all in all, he said, and well adapted to revery.
    2.7.2 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 2 — A Priest and a Philosopher are.... (80% in)

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  • Let us add that if it is according to rule that the architecture of a building should be adapted to its purpose in such a manner that this purpose shall be immediately apparent from the mere aspect of the building, one cannot be too much amazed at a structure which might be indifferently—the palace of a king, a chamber of communes, a town-hall, a college, a riding-school, an academy, a warehouse, a court-house, a museum, a barracks, a sepulchre, a temple, or a theatre.
    1.3.2 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 2 — A Bird's-Eye View of Paris (88% in)
  • There was no piece of furniture adapted to sleeping purposes, except a tolerably long wooden coffer; and its cover was carved, to boot; which afforded Gringoire, when he stretched himself out upon it, a sensation somewhat similar to that which Micromégas would feel if he were to lie down on the Alps.
    1.2.7 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 7 — A Bridal Night (97% in)

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