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appropriate
used in A Room of One's Own

4 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
it is appropriate
Definition
suitable (fitting) for a particular situation
  • All women together ought to let flowers fall upon the tomb of Aphra Behn, which is, most scandalously but rather appropriately, in Westminster Abbey, for it was she who earned them the right to speak their minds.
    4 (36% in)

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  • —they are rightly praised by Mr Murry, and Pope, it is thought, remembered and appropriated those others: Now the jonquille o'ercomes the feeble brain; We faint beneath the aromatic pain.
    4 (8% in)
  • ...only Mrs Seton and her mother and her mother before her had learnt the great art of making money and had left their money, like their fathers and their grandfathers before them, to found fellowships and lectureships and prizes and scholarships appropriated to the use of their own sex, we might have dined very tolerably up here alone off a bird and a bottle of wine; we might have looked forward without undue confidence to a pleasant and honourable lifetime spent in the shelter of one of...
    1 (86% in)
  • This shape, I thought, thinking back over certain famous novels, starts in one the kind of emotion that is appropriate to it.
    4 (64% in)

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