Define apropos of: with regard to (something) — apropos of in a sentence.
Apropos of definition, fitting; at the right time; to the purpose; opportunely. See
Apropos definition, fitting; at the right time; to the purpose; opportunely. See more.
The loanword apropos comes from the French phrase à propos de, meaning with
respect to. In English, apropos is conventionally used as a preposition ...
Apropos means regarding or appropriate to, as in: Apropos of your interest in
fishing, your grandfather gave you his set of championship lures, rods, reels and
English. Phrase. apropos of nothing. Without reference to anything.
Without any apparent reason or purpose. Usage notes. Sometimes used in ...
Apr 14, 2011 ... Actually, apropos is so fancy a word, even I, a word maven if I do say so myself,
am not entirely sure when to use it. If I may add to my ...
Aug 16, 2011 ... I polled several dictionaries and style guides on the proper use of "apropos" (/A-
pro-POH/), which I've only ever seen in phrases like "apropos ...
The fact that they are getting drunk means they keep breaking into laughter
apropos of nothing. Sean Thomas THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCEThe
With reference to; concerning: she remarked apropos of the initiative, 'It's not ... to
any previous discussion or situation: Isabel kept smiling apropos of nothing.