"You wouldn’t allow me to offer you one, would you miss?" said Mr. Guppy, apparently refreshed.
Quickly the waitress returns bearing what is apparently a model of the Tower of Babel but what is really a pile of plates and flat tin dish-covers.
Mr. Bagnet, in a perfect abyss of gravity, walks up and down before the little parlour window like a sentry and looks in every time he passes, apparently revolving something in his mind.
"Excuse the apparent curiosity," says Mr. George.
Jo, apparently possessed by an impression that the reverend gentleman wants to cut his hair, shields his head with both arms and is got into the required position with great difficulty and every possible manifestation of reluctance.
He is lying thus, apparently forgetful of his newer and minor surprise, when the housekeeper returns, accompanied by her trooper son.
Rouncewell’s is so great apparently," mutters the trooper, stroking his chin, "that I have as good as half a mind to go back again.
On arriving at the cottage, we found it shut up and apparently deserted, but one of the neighbours who knew me and who came out when I was trying to make some one hear informed me that the two women and their husbands now lived together in another house, made of loose rough bricks, which stood on the margin of the piece of ground where the kilns were and where the long rows of bricks were drying.
(Brimstone apparently suggested by his eye lighting on Mrs. Smallweed in her slumber.
It won’t do to have truth and justice on his side; he must have law and lawyers," exclaims the old girl, apparently persuaded that the latter form a separate establishment and have dissolved partnership with truth and justice for ever and a day.
There are no more uses of "apparent" in the book.
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The effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the dry fields.
The committee investigated some apparent discrepancies.