Definition of 'apropos of'
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The world was strange, she said several times, apropos of how they'd met, or how quickly they'd discovered the depth of their feelings.EVERVILLE (2001)
"I don't think queers are very good to one another," he remarked, apropos of nothing in particular," and we should be.SACRAMENT (2001)
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