APPOS[=I]TE

\ɐpˈə͡ʊz ˈiːkwə͡lz ˈa͡ɪ tˈiː], \ɐpˈə‍ʊz ˈiːkwə‍lz ˈa‍ɪ tˈiː], \ɐ_p_ˈəʊ_z _ˈiː_k_w_əl_z___ ˈaɪ__ t_ˈiː]\
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  • ap'poz-[=i]t, adj. adapted: suitable.--adv. AP'POSITELY.--n. AP'POSITENESS. [L. appositus, pa.p. of appon[)e]re, to put to--ad, to, pon[)e]re, to put.]
1908 - Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary of the English Language
By Thomas Davidson

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