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Definition of Inappositely

Inappositely
Inapposite In*ap"po*site, a. Not apposite; not fit or suitable; not pertinent. -- In*ap"po*site*ly, adv.

Meaning of Inappositely from wikipedia

- Firth, that Macaulay was always the Whig politician could hardly be more inapposite. Of course Macaulay thought that the Whigs of the seventeenth century...
- for historical reasons. At the origin of quantum field theory, it was inappositely thought that the Dirac equation described a relativistic wavefunction...
- seemed left behind by the tide. The slogan Supermac ... [was] now totally inapposite". Similarly, although Macmillan told journalist Jocelyn Stevens in 1963...
- race-conscious remedies, such as in the school desegregation cases, but found them inapposite as there was no history of racial discrimination at the University of...
- necessity of their action. Ante, at 22. The Court's standard, drawn from inapposite equal protection precedents, is not elaborated. One is left to wonder...
- a Texas man who had never visited, much less lived in, Tennessee, was inapposite since unlike that man, Perry had committed his crime in Tennessee and...
- procedures for Convention applications and many Mexican judges following inapposite procedures found in state civil codes in resolving such cases; (2) lack...
- inserted, to be more appropriate than is immediately obvious. "It may seem inapposite that Hazlitt's panorama of the Zeitgeist should end with glimpses of a...
- "local tyrants & evil gentry" and right-wing warlords. However, due to the inapposite direction from the CCP central committee and Comintern, they failed and...
- review them all exhaustively, White wrote, it was enough to say they were "inapposite". The petitioners' primary error was in using as examples laws that excluded...
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