The ceremony concluded with the reading of an apropos poem.
The comment, though unexpected, was apropos.
This short yet spacious and powerful book … reminds us of the careful and apropos writing of J.M. Coetzee, W.G. Sebald and Uwe Timm. —Thomas McGuane, New York Times Book Review, 24 June 2007
The late Kenneth Koch's description of Ashbery as “lazy and quick” remains thoroughly apropos; these 61 page-or-two poems can seem brilliantly tossed off, much like those in his 2000 collection, Your Name Here. The title is appropriate too: Chinese Whispers is the British name for the game of Telephone, where children (or adults) gather in a circle and whisper a “secret” word or phrase into the ear next to them. —Publishers Weekly, 19 Aug. 2002
I wore a suit and tie to Christmas Eve dinner, and during dinner we drank toasts to ourselves and our similarly dressed friends, appropriate wine in apropos glasses. Our tree was decorated, most tastefully, with apt baubles bought from Georg Jensen. —Geoffrey Wolff, Granta, Autumn 1990