Even if Woods managed to avoid directly implicating his wife in a crime, there's apt to be plenty of forensic evidence.
As much as those in other, wealthier capitals are loath to admit it, the future of Islam is apt to be written there.
The goal came off his tummy inside the Portuguese box, an apt way to score for a very gutsy player.
Until that happens, Palestinian refugees are apt to be made refugees many times over.
The Poppy Bush – Mitt Romney comparisons likely to flower in abundance over the next few weeks certainly are apt.
"I come in to tell you that me and you's apt to have trouble," he concluded.
She was distrustful of the future, and apt to anticipate bad fortune.
"Single notes are apt to have that effect," the Other Professor said with a sigh.
The St. is an apt illustration of the probable workings of Plautus' mind.
When we have lost children of our own, we are apt to love fondly all we come near.
mid-14c., "inclined, disposed;" late 14c., "suited, fitted, adapted," from Old French ate (13c., Modern French apte), or directly from Latin aptus "fit, suited," adjectival use of past participle of *apere "to attach, join, tie to," from PIE root *ap- "to grasp, take, reach" (cf. Sanskrit apnoti "he reaches," Latin apisci "to reach after, attain," Hittite epmi "I seize"). Elliptical sense of "becoming, appropriate" is from 1560s.