use aptly in a sentence.
Erica may have been referring to a different kind of flying, but the title aptly describes my family's attitude toward hurtling through the air in a sardine can at 500 MPH.
It is difficult to explain the Germans 'transition to becoming white southerners without situating the case study within a few historiographical trajectories, mainly urban slavery; pre-industrial economic history; Reconstruction social and political history; and, of course, mid-nineteenth-century immigration history. 3 As the title aptly suggests, this essay is interested in the ways Germans became white southerners. 4 They never stopped being German, but they increasingly identified themselves as white southerners.
Drumming up support for his latest release, Seven Degrees North (Blue Moon/Mesa), the label aptly dubbed his summer excursion "The Chairman's Diplomatic Tour of a New America."
The term aptly describes a perfect merger of the state and industry, with the former making sure the climate for business is sound, and the latter influencing legislation and politics to its benefit.
A word aptly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver.