With the exception of; besides: Apart from a few scratches, the car was undamaged. (preposition)
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Use "apart from" in a sentence
"I had almost been tempted to ask Rachel to wait for us in Boothbay, but apart from not wanting to risk a sock to the jaw, I knew that she would provide reassurance for Marcy Becker."
"The Madeira's principal claim to fame, apart from producing eligible young women who always used the correct knife and never spat on the sidewalk, was that its former headmistress, Jean Harris, had shot dead her lover, Dr. Herman Tarnower, in 1980, after he left her for a younger woman."
"Deborah Mercier sat apart from her husband, head down."