from The Century Dictionary.

  • To approach.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • intransitive verb obsolete See approach.


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  • Now she explained the likely goblin organization and ap - proach.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • But their lower maintenance costs and sustainable ap-proach to exhibitions might mean few-er traditional museums created in the future.

    Now You See It

  • Customize Your A.proach To boost your odds of landing job interviews, take the time to customize cover letters for every employer you target -- and show you know more about a firm than what's on its Web site, recommends D.A. Hayden, a partner at Hayden-Wilder, a Boston-based provider of counseling services to first-time job applicants.

    Job-Market Strategies for Graduates

  • To be able to look down from the elevation of thirty years, my principles fixed, and to have no capital folly to re-proach myself with, what a happiness would that be

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Instead, he smiled encouragingly and beckoned for Imam to ap-proach.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Tightly bound, secured to the wall, and pretubed for jump, Riddick did not look up at Toombs's ap-proach.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • She had to angle her ap-proach just right so that, when the tractor beam was activated, she'd be able to divert the meteorite to the lake in question.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • 'I thought British companies were adopting a more casual ap proach.'

    Rome's Revenge

  • "True, she fell, but her horse stood guard over her," said an - other, "and struck out with lashing hooves at any who dared ap - proach."

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • They sent patients to her suffering from horrible contagious diseases, patients the healers themselves feared to ap - proach.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun


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