assigned, appropriated to someone or something; special to
Faith says it would have been more 'propriate if he had called me Pieces.
It's rather 'propriate, though, for this room looks like a car-slop-egus.
The other girls kept talking about 'propriate colors for their complexions.
I thought it would be very 'propriate, for I am to speak a war piece, you know.
Each Deppity Soopreem Leadeh adorns hisself wid de gilt-edge robes ob de 'propriate responsibility an' collects de cash.
He was gran-ther to the knight In whose honor I indite Burning strophes of the soul 'propriate to the flowing bowl.