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There's no -e in apropos, and final -s is silent.
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I use a word in speach that I believe is spelt "apropose". I also believe I use the word correctly but would appreciate a definition please.
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adj. Being at once opportune and to the point. See Synonyms at relevant.
adv. 1. At an appropriate time; opportunely.
2. By the way; incidentally: Apropos, where were you yesterday?
prep. With regard to; concerning: Apropos our date for lunch, I can't go.
[French Ó propos : Ó, to (from Old French a, from Latin ad-; see ad-) + propos, purpose (from Latin prpositum; see propose).]
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