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accord to grant as proper, suitable, or deserved; bestow upon; give. [1/6 definitions]
advisable being good and proper advice; recommended, suggested, or prudent.
age-appropriate suitable or proper for a person of a particular, specified age.
alignment the state of being in proper adjustment for efficient coordinated function. [1/4 definitions]
amiss out of the proper course or order; wrongly; mistakenly. [1/2 definitions]
angary the legal right of a state or nation at war to seize, destroy, or otherwise use the property of a neutral state, provided proper compensation is made.
antonomasia the substitution of a proper name in place of a common name, as in calling a treacherous person "Judas". [1/2 definitions]
apportion to assign, adjust, or distribute parts so as to maintain the proper proportion; allot.
array to put in proper order; arrange. [2/6 definitions]
Ave. abbreviation of "Avenue," a street, esp. a wide one (written as part of a proper name).
balanced not going too far in the direction of any extreme so that rationality, harmony, or stability is achieved; keeping to proper proportions.
becoming suitable or proper in behavior. [1/4 definitions]
behave to conduct oneself in a proper manner. [2/3 definitions]
belong to have a specific, proper, or appropriate location. [1/4 definitions]
blank a dash indicating omission of one or more words or letters, often proper names or obscenities. [1/12 definitions]
blazon to describe or depict (a coat of arms) with proper heraldic terms or details. [1/4 definitions]
Blvd. abbreviation of "boulevard," a wide city street, often lined with trees or landscaped (used in a proper name).
Br.1 abbreviation of "Bridge," a structure that extends a road, path, or other route over an obstacle such as a river or railway, to allow for continuous travel (used as part of a proper name).
braces an appliance made of wires and bands, attached to the teeth to straighten them and bring them into proper position. [1/2 definitions]
by the book according to the rules; in the proper form or manner.
C. abbreviation of "cape," a point of land jutting into a large body of water (used in a proper name).