Meaning: apt in the circumstances or in relation to something.
Synonym: appropriate, suitable, fitting, apt, befitting;
Usage: “an apposite quotation”
Meaning: assess the value or quality of.,assess the performance of (an employee) formally.
Synonym: assess, evaluate, estimate, judge, rate, gauge,
“some companies are considering team appraisals instead of appraising individuals”
Meaning: inform or tell (someone).
Synonym: inform, notify, tell, let know, advise, brief, intimate
“I thought it right to apprise Chris of what had happened”
Meaning: approval or praise.
Synonym: approval, acceptance, assent, endorsement, encouragement, recognition, appreciation
“a term of approbation”
Meaning: with reference to; concerning., very appropriate to a particular situation.
Synonym: with reference to, with regard to, with respect to, regarding, concerning, respecting, appropriate, pertinent, relevant, apposite, apt, applicable,
“she remarked apropos of the initiative, ‘It’s not going to stop the abuse’”
“the song feels apropos to a midnight jaunt”
Meaning: (of land) used or suitable for growing crops.
“acres of arable land”
Meaning: a covered passage with arches along one or both sides.
Synonym: gallery, colonnade, cloister, loggia, portico, forum, peristyle, stoa
“they walked on, past a classical arcade”
Meaning: understood by few; mysterious or secret.
Synonym: mysterious, secret, hidden, concealed, covert, clandestine, enigmatic
“arcane procedures for electing people”
Meaning: very old or old-fashioned., (of a word or a style of language) no longer in everyday use but sometimes used to impart an old-fashioned flavour.
Synonym: obsolete, obsolescent, out of date, anachronistic, old-fashioned, outmoded,
“prisons are run on archaic methods”
Meaning: a name or title.
Synonym: name, title, designation, denomination, honorific, tag, epithet, label, sobriquet, by name, nickname;
“the city fully justifies its appellation ‘the Pearl of the Orient’”