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(Ap"ple-jack`) n. Apple brandy. [U.S.]
(Ap"ple-john`), n.. A kind of apple which by keeping becomes much withered; called also
Apple-pie bed, a bed in which, as a joke, the sheets are so doubled (like the cover of an apple turnover)
as to prevent any one from getting at his length between them. Halliwell Conybeare. Apple-pie
order, perfect order or arrangement. [Colloq.] Halliwell.
(Ap"ple pie`) A pie made of apples (usually sliced or stewed) with spice and sugar.
(Ap"ple-squire`) n. A pimp; a kept gallant. [Obs.] Beau. & Fl.
(Ap*pli"a*ble) a. [See Apply.] Applicable; also, compliant. [Obs.] Howell.
1. The act of applying; application; [Obs.] subservience. Shak.
2. The thing applied or used as a means to an end; an apparatus or device; as, to use various appliances; a
mechanical appliance; a machine with its appliances.
(Ap`pli*ca*bil"i*ty) n. The quality of being applicable or fit to be applied.
(Ap"pli*ca*ble) a. [Cf. F. aplicable, fr. L. applicare. See Apply.] Capable of being applied; fit
or suitable to be applied; having relevance; as, this observation is applicable to the case under consideration.
Ap"pli*ca*ble*ness, n. Ap"pli*ca*bly, adv.
(Ap"pli*can*cy) n. The quality or state of being applicable. [R.]
(Ap"pli*cant) n. [L. applicans, p. pr. of applicare. See Apply.] One who apples for something; one
who makes request; a petitioner.
The applicant for a cup of water.
The court require the applicant to appear in person.
(Ap"pli*cate) a. [L. applicatus, p. p. of applicare. See Apply.] Applied or put to some use.
Those applicate sciences which extend the power of man over the elements. Applicate number (Math.), one which applied to some concrete case. Applicate ordinate, right
line applied at right angles to the axis of any conic section, and bounded by the curve.
(Ap"pli*cate) v. i. To apply. [Obs.]
The act of faith is applicated to the object.
(Ap`pli*ca"tion) n. [L. applicatio, fr. applicare: cf. F. application. See Apply.]
1. The act of applying or laying on, in a literal sense; as, the application of emollients to a diseased
2. The thing applied.
He invented a new application by which blood might be stanched.
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