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appose

verb ap·pose \a-ˈpōz\
ap·posedap·pos·ing

Definition of APPOSE

transitive verb
1
archaic :  to put before :  apply (one thing) to another
2
:  to place in juxtaposition or proximity

Origin of APPOSE

Middle French aposer, from Old French, from a- + poser to put — more at pose
First Known Use: 1596

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