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used in Cujo

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clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • He did not mention Cuio, and he had apparently forgotten about calling home,
apparently = obviously
  • She bellowed a greeting at Meara — her deafness had apparently convinced her that everyone else in the world had gone deaf in sympathy — and then shouted that they were going to have the hottest summer in thirty years.
  • Tad stopped for a moment, apparently doubtful.
  • In the summer of '68 most of these hippies were on vacation in the Lakes Region with their wealthy parents before returning to their colleges in September, where they were apparently studying up on Protest, Pot, and Pussy.
  • Tad, dressed only in his bathing suit, was driving his trike madly up and down the driveway, playing some sort of mind game that apparently had Ponch and John from CHiPS pitted against Darth Vader.
  • He had awakened from an apparently sound sleep around 5: 15 and had roused Donna from a low doze, complaining of being hungry and thirsty.
  • Old man Sharp and the kid apparently came to the same conclusion using different chains of logic.
  • There was going to be no knight on a silver steed riding up Town Road No. 3 — Travis McGee was apparently otherwise engaged.

There are no more uses of "apparent" in Cujo.

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