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Definition of Appropriately

  • In an appropriate or proper manner; fitly; properly.
  • in accordance with what is appropriate or suitable for the circumstances

How to use appropriately in a sentence. Appropriately pronunciation.

In general, the massy Egyptian appropriately graced the attic-stories; while the finer and more elaborate architecture of Corinth was placed on a level with the eye, so that its beauties might be more easily discovered.
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These views are appropriately summed up through the medium of the pure and scentless taste of the _Athenaeum_.
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An example of an important omission of this kind may be found on the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth pages of this volume, which may be appropriately referred to, in this connection.
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The worship of the bull of Egypt-the celestial Taurus-has given place to that of the lamb of Palestine-the celestial Aries; and under the astronomical emblem Pisces-the twelfth sign of the zodiac-the dominant faith of to-day was appropriately taught by the twelve apostolic fishermen.
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Included under the heading _Incident_ may be listed short poems and all kinds of literary bits that fit in appropriately as spice to a lesson.
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The aim singles out what can be appropriately grouped under one unified discussion.
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We found also in the conclusion of the same chapter the overflow of GOD'S love in the rich and comprehensive blessing which so appropriately follows, and forms the connecting link between Nazarite separation and the princely service set forth in Chap.
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The Welshers, the little village {272f}-all looking down on the valley appropriately called Y Cwm.
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This infernal carnage the Welsh have appropriately denominated the treachery of the long knives.
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Appropriately known as Tinker's Bank. {271d} Dr. Knapp was unable to decipher this word.
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We soon, with Lieutenant Blake's assistance, fixed on a vessel, appropriately called the _Good Hope_.
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Here it is before us-a venerable school, discoursing of the deepest subjects of wisdom, in which sages might alone find themselves appropriately employed, and yet having its birth and deriving its first life from a society of artisans, whose only object was, apparently, the construction of material edifices of stone and mortar.
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Others there are in this degree, but they belong to a higher grade of interpretation, and cannot be appropriately discussed in an essay on temple symbolism only.
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This oblong square, thus enclosing the whole of what was then supposed to be the habitable globe,[67] would precisely represent what is symbolically said to be _the form of the lodge_, while the Pillars of Hercules in the west, on each side of the straits of Gades or Gibraltar, might appropriately be referred to the two pillars that stood at the porch of the temple.
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Euclid is here very appropriately used as a type of geometry, that science of which he was so eminent a teacher, and the myth or legend then symbolizes the fact that there was in Egypt a close connection between that science and the great moral and religious system, which was among the Egyptians, as well as other ancient nations, what Freemasonry is in the present day-a secret institution, established for the inculcation of the same principles, and inculcating them in the same symbolic manner.
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Before proceeding to the examination of those more important mythical legends which appropriately belong to the Master's degree, it will not, I think, be unpleasing or uninstructive to consider the only one which is attached to the Fellow Craft's degree-that, namely, which refers to the allegorical ascent of the Winding Stairs to the Middle Chamber, and the symbolic payment of the workmen's wages.
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Now, it is evident that no symbol could so appropriately suit him in this character as the Stone of Foundation, upon which he is allegorically supposed to have erected his world.
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The last of the symbols, depending for its existence on its connection with a myth to which I shall invite attention, is _the Lost Word, and the search for it_. Very appropriately may this symbol terminate our investigations, since it includes within its comprehensive scope all the others, being itself the very essence of the science of masonic symbolism.
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It is, therefore, to be supposed that so prominent and so prevailing an idea as this,-one that constitutes, as I have said, the whole design of the institution, and which may appropriately be adopted as the very definition of its science,-could not with any consistency be left without its particular symbol.
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As the system of Masonry derived its present form and organization from the times when the study of these arts and sciences constituted the labors of the wisest men, they have very appropriately been adopted as the symbol of the completion of human learning.
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Examples of Appropriately

Example #1
Spacious colonnades were flanked by porticoes, surmounted by domes; nor was the number of columns at all limited, for you occasionally met with porticos of two tiers, the lower one of which consisted of three, the higher one of thirty columns.
Example #2
The elevations were indeed imposing.
Example #3
The varied contents of _Lavengro_ are here easily reduced to one denomination-'balderdash,' for the emission of which the _Athenaeum_ critic proceeds (in the interests, of course, of the highest gentility), to give George Borrow a good scolding.
Example #4
Fifthly, disappointment at not finding the critic's due from an accepted author in quotable passages of picturesque prose.
Example #5
It is there stated, in describing the ancient kingdom of Ethiopia, and the ruins of Thebes, her opulent metropolis, that "There a people, now forgotten, discovered, while others were yet barbarians, the elements of the arts and sciences.
Example #6
After due reflection this course was at length decided upon, and all the more readily, as by discarding the old plates and resetting the entire work, the publisher was enabled to greatly enhance its value, by inserting the translator's preface as it appeared in the original edition, and also to restore many notes and other valuable material which had been carelessly omitted in the American reprint.