ap·ro·pos /ˌæprəˈpo, ˈæprəˌ/
Ap·ro·pos a. & adv.
1. Opportunely or opportune; seasonably or seasonable.
A tale extremely apropos. --Pope.
2. By the way; to the purpose; suitably to the place or subject; -- a word used to introduce an incidental observation, suited to the occasion, though not strictly belonging to the narration.
adj : of an appropriate or pertinent nature [ant: malapropos]
adv 1: by the way; "apropos, can you lend me some money for the
weekend?" [syn: incidentally]
2: at an opportune time; "your letter arrived apropos" [syn: seasonably,