Highly appropriate and well-suited to the circumstance.
– Since her research was apposite to the topic of the conference, the committee accepted her paper.
– Child development is an apposite subject to a discussion of education.
– The journalist is highly adept at using apposite metaphors to illustrate his editorials.
– The work she did was hardly apposite to the project and resulted in a lot of wasted time.
relevant, apt, apropos,
1. to cling and adhere tightly to something; 2. to be faithful to; 3. to cut or divide by a splitting blow
– She cleaved to the memories of her life with her husband and found it difficult to move on after he died.
– The superior man does not, even for the space of a single meal, act contrary to virtue. In moments of haste, he cleaves to it. In seasons of danger, he cleaves to it.- Confucius
– Joaquin Phoenix told the journalist that the movie Joker doesn’t cleave to one political perspective.
attach, cling, stick, unite, rend,