Definition of appositely in English:

appositely

adverb

  • See apposite

    • ‘Popularly mooted ‘Governance Reform’ in the South Asian subcontinent should appositely commence from the leadership ranks.’
    • ‘They have talked late into the night, and, appositely, it is now dawn.’
    • ‘The breeding female and male will differ appositely in some traits, female legs require a more slender appearance than the strong bone required for a bull calf.’
    • ‘The sketches take the reader into our lurid political past, the author tossing out the appositely tongue-in-cheek quote, the well-informed political parallel abroad.’
    • ‘More appositely, it makes a fine partner to the Bin 65 Chardonnay if you intend to serve a heavily spiced leg of lamb tomorrow.’

Pronunciation

appositely

/ˈapəzɪtli/