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used in A Room With A View

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clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • But ought I not to apologize, at all events, for my apparent rudeness?
    Chapter 1 (58% in)
  • Lucy, apparently absorbed in a lunette, could hear the lecture again interrupted, the anxious, aggressive voice of the old man, the curt, injured replies of his opponent.
    Chapter 2 (73% in)
  • Apparently she had given the wrong answer.
    Chapter 2 (76% in)
  • He was interested in the sudden friendship between women so apparently dissimilar as Miss Bartlett and Miss Lavish.
    Chapter 3 (37% in)
  • Happy Charlotte, who, though greatly troubled over things that did not matter, seemed oblivious to things that did; who could conjecture with admirable delicacy "where things might lead to," but apparently lost sight of the goal as she approached it.
    Chapter 5 (84% in)
  • Apparently.
    Chapter 7 (6% in)
  • No. He was apparently content.
    Chapter 16 (86% in)
  • Tea at the Beehive apparently involved a complete change of apparel.
    Chapter 18 (41% in)
  • He saw, to his surprise, that she was apparently serious.
    Chapter 18 (46% in)
  • Here, apparently, was one of those points that the male intellect misses.
    Chapter 18 (72% in)
  • Any rag, tag, and bobtail apparently does if she can leave her home.
    Chapter 19 (14% in)

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