Definition of apropos:
appropriate, salient, accidentally, relative, fit, well timed, as for, incidentally, in relation to, seasonably, in/with regard to, apposite, opportune, apt, by the bye, concerned, about, devoted, in connection with something, regarding, concerning, pertinent, live, by the way, timely, material.
- "The Jervaise Comedy", J. D. Beresford.
" Apropos of getting lost, Roberts," said the older man, " we had a little experience with the lad here that is worth repeating," and beginning from the snipe- hunt, he related the entire affair, showing first how well they had got the laugh on the tenderfoot, and how he had got back in return.- "The Boy With the U. S. Survey", Francis Rolt-Wheeler.
Orlov asked her not to broach the question of moving until after they had come back from abroad, and apropos of their foreign tour, declared that they could not go till his hair had grown long, as one could not go trailing from hotel to hotel and serving the idea without long hair.- "The Lady with the Dog and Other Stories", Anton Chekhov.