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used in A Room of One's Own

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clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • It was a most strange phenomenon; and apparently—here I consulted the letter M—one confined to the male sex.
    2 (14% in)
  • Sex and its nature might well attract doctors and biologists; but what was surprising and difficult of explanation was the fact that sex—woman, that is to say—also attracts agreeable essayists, light-fingered novelists, young men who have taken the M.A. degree; men who have taken no degree; men who have no apparent qualification save that they are not women.
    2 (13% in)
  • Wise men never say anything else apparently.
    2 (25% in)
  • That perhaps accounts for some of the characteristics that I remember to have found here, I thought, taking down a new novel by Mr A, who is in the prime of life and very well thought of, apparently, by the reviewers.
    6 (22% in)

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