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used in Lord of the Flies

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clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • The beach between the palm terrace and the water was a thin stick, endless apparently, for to Ralph's left the perspectives of palm and beach and water drew to a point at infinity;
    p. 10.3
apparently = appearing so (though not really)
  • Apparently no one had found anything.
    p. 35.2
  • For a long time there was silence and no apparent movement.
    p. 90.9
  • Other people could stand up and speak to an assembly, apparently, without that dreadful feeling of the pressure of personality; could say what they would as though they were speaking to only one person.
    p. 103.7
  • Apparently no one had heard.
    p. 109.9
  • They were miles wide, apparently not breakers or the banked ridges of shallow water.
    p. 110.6

There are no more uses of "apparent" in Lord of the Flies.

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