appose definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To place in proximity; juxtapose.
    • To place opposite or before; to put or apply (one thing to another).
    • to position in juxtaposition or distance.
    • to place concerns to; to look at; to use. [Obs.] See pose.
  • verb:
    • To place next or even or next to; to juxtapose.
    • To put questions to; to look at or attempt.
    • location alongside or perhaps in close distance
  • others:
    • to place or use (the one thing) to or close to (another).
    • to carry near or after that, as one thing to some other; put alongside; arrange in juxtaposition.
    • To oppose in discussion; bring objections or difficulties before anyone to be answered; examine; concern; pose; puzzle.
    • Specifically— to look at (a sheriff) with regards to (their) records. See apposer.

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