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apparent
used in The Killer Angels

4 uses
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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • He should be a fine soldier, and sometimes is, but he is often ill for no apparent reason.
    Forward (50% in)
  • His face was not clear in the evening light, the lamplight from inside, the moon from the heavens, but there was a sadness in his voice, regret apparent in the motion of his head, the beak above the wild mustache bobbing.
    1.6 — Day 1 Chapter 6 (84% in)
  • Lee turned and looked at him, but there was a difference in the face now; the weariness was suddenly apparent.
    3.2 — Day 3 Chapter 2 (19% in)
  • Second, as time passes and it becomes slowly apparent that the war was lost at Gettysburg, Longstreet gives as his opinion what he believes to be true: that the battle was lost by Robert E. Lee.
    Afterward (20% in)

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