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apparent
used in The Bourne Identity

22 uses
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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • It was his brother; apparently sleep was to be denied by sharp family eyes.
    Chapter 1 (24% in)
  • There was a section of La Ciotat that apparently catered to a wealthy clientele.
    Chapter 3 (26% in)
  • The crowds were thinner, prominence less apparent in the back regions of the lobby.
    Chapter 5 (52% in)
  • She stopped, the foolishness of her remark apparent.
    Chapter 6 (15% in)
  • The man nodded wearily; his fatigue apparent.
    Chapter 7 (90% in)
  • Apparently he doesn't hold any grudges.
    Chapter 10 (20% in)
  • ... Apparently they don't know what you look like.
    Chapter 12 (48% in)
  • He is said to be the supreme terrorist in the sense that his commitment is to murder and assassination in themselves, with no apparent political ideology.
    Chapter 13 (12% in)
  • The wife of a Deputy trying to conceal the outrageous price of a single purchase by breaking it up into several, thus not to be so apparent to her husband.
    Chapter 14 (91% in)
  • "Apparently without much enthusiasm," continued Gillette angrily.
    Chapter 15 (50% in)
  • Cain's apparently a virtuoso at disguise.
    Chapter 16 (14% in)
  • In addition, police found a hotel key from the Carillon du Lac, apparently lost during the violence on the Guisan Quai.
    Chapter 18 (81% in)
  • At the rear of the room was a pair of French doors that apparently led to an outside garden, an outline of a high stone wall seen dimly through the panes of thick glass.
    Chapter 19 (39% in)
  • The curve, speed of vehicle, apparent swerving to avoid a collision.
    Chapter 19 (51% in)
  • I've reached the president," said the senator, rubbing his forehead, the lack of sleep apparent in his bearing.
    Chapter 22 (19% in)
  • Graduate of Saint-Cyr, hero of the Second World War, a legend in the Resistance, and, until his break over Algeria, De Gaulle's heir-apparent.
    Chapter 24 (1% in)
  • My wife has taken to her room, claiming nausea, but apparently she's not too ill to be on the phone.
    Chapter 27 (83% in)
  • It was apparent that the older man from Medusa was asking himself several hard questions.
    Chapter 30 (22% in)
  • A taxi, apparently ordered by phone, pulled up to the curb.
    Chapter 30 (36% in)
  • Still, obvious facts were apparent to me.
    Chapter 30 (82% in)
  • Apparently it was an accommodation of the Conseiller Militaire.
    Chapter 34 (17% in)
  • Apparently the young trainee had misplaced a patient's file-if not a patient-and her superior was not about to let it happen again.
    Chapter 34 (30% in)

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