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applicatory suited for use; practical.
applied having a practical relevance.
appliqué decorated with cut-out pieces of another material that are stitched on or otherwise applied. [4 definitions]
apply to make use of or put to use. [6 definitions]
appoggiatura in music, a dissonant note in a strong metrical position that resolves to a consonant note in a weaker metrical position. [2 definitions]
appoint to name to a particular office or function; designate. [2 definitions]
appointee a person appointed to fill an office or position or to perform an assigned task.
appointive filled by appointment, as a position or office.
appointment the act or process of appointing. [4 definitions]
apportion to assign, adjust, or distribute parts so as to maintain the proper proportion; allot.
apportionable combined form of apportion.
apportionment a distribution based on the relation of part to whole. [2 definitions]
appose to place next to or side by side; juxtapose.
apposite fitting; pertinent; appropriate.
apposition the act of placing together or side by side. [3 definitions]
appositive in grammar, a word, phrase, or clause that functions as a noun and is placed, without a conjunction, immediately after a noun or noun equivalent that refers to the same person, place, or thing, such as "a devoted scholar" in "my mother, a devoted scholar". [2 definitions]
appraisal a judgment about the nature, quality, or value of someone or something. [2 definitions]
appraise to estimate the quality or nature of. [2 definitions]
appreciable capable of being perceived, measured, or estimated.
appreciate to feel grateful for (something) or to (someone). [4 definitions]
appreciation understanding of the value of something given and an accompanying feeling of thankfulness. [5 definitions]