Examples of apiece in a Sentence
His shoes weigh four pounds apiece.
when you figure that they usually sell for six dollars apiece, you're getting quite a bargain
Recent Examples of apiece from the Web
Six acts with links to our state are in the running: Little Big Town (5 nominations), Sam Hunt (two nominations) and Jason Isbell, Zac Brown Band, Florida Georgia Line and Mac McAnally (one nomination apiece).
Key players: Antonio Little threw two touchdown passes to A.J. Wilder. Kenneth Johnson and Chandler Stevenson put Everman ahead 12-0 at halftime with a touchdown run apiece.
The Falcons got three wins apiece in doubles from Rachel Shin and Michelle Jung (6-0, 6-4, 6-0), Marina Saroyan and Leah Baghdassarian (6-0, 6-2, 6-0) and Camille Gibney and Kiran Hamkins (6-3, 6-4, 6-0).
Bears defensive line: Chicago brought the pressure early against Newton, sacking him five times (once apiece on the first three drives of the game as the Panthers offense tried to rally from a deficit) and hurrying him 11 times.
Gillespie runs even with Northam at 44 percent apiece after trailing by over 20 percentage points a month ago.
Since its third year, The Walking Dead has aired in half-seasons of eight episodes apiece, spaced out in two parts to maximize AMC’s ratings domination.
The owner has already done extensive due diligence detailing the possibility of building up to three estates of 30,000 square feet apiece on the site, according to marketing materials.
Capsules break down to about $4-$5 dollars apiece, and topicals (a little goes a long way) start under $25.
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APIECE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of apiece for English Language Learners
: for or to each person or thing
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