An appurtenance is a supporting feature, form of equipment, or item associated with a particular activity.
If you appropriate something that does not belong to you, you take it for yourself without the right to do so.
When you are apprised of something, you are given information about it.
Something that is apposite is relevant or suitable to what is happening or being discussed.
An appellation is a name or title given to a person, place, or thing.
When you apportion something, such as blame or money, you decide how it should be shared among various people.
Approbation is official praise or approval of something.
When you appease someone, you either satisfy them or make peace with them.
When someone offers an appraisal of something, they indicate the value or worth of it.
An apprentice is someone who trains under a master in order to learn a trade or other skill.
A misapprehension is a misunderstanding or false impression that you are under, especially concerning another person's intentions towards you.
When you are apprehensive about a future event, you are nervous or fearful about it.
An approximate value of something is close to it or nearly exact.
When you append something to something else, you attach or add it, such as extra information at the end of a book.
When you appreciate something, you recognize its value or understand it fully.
An apparition is something that unexpectedly appears that is either a ghost or ghostly.
An apparatchik is a very loyal subordinate to someone or something, especially to a particular political organization or leader.
When someone applies herself, she uses her talents to the best of her ability.
When you appoint someone, you choose that person for a particular job or position.
When you approach something, you go towards it or are coming near it, but have not quite yet arrived.
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