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apparent
used in Dracula

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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • It was apparent that she did not want to sleep, so I tackled the subject at once.
    Chapter 10 (50% in)
  • Before long the searchlight discovered some distance away a schooner with all sails set, apparently the same vessel which had been noticed earlier in the evening.
    Chapter 7 (21% in)
  • He was talking, apparently to some one, but I was afraid to go near enough to hear what he was saying, lest I might frighten him, and he should run off.
    Chapter 8 (94% in)
  • When you have eaten you shall learn the rest, and I shall answer any questions you ask, if there be anything which you do not understand, though it was apparent to us who were present.
    Chapter 17 (36% in)
  • When I went to move him, it became at once apparent that he had received some terrible injuries.
    Chapter 21 (1% in)
  • For it soon became apparent to all that the Czarina Catherine would not sail as was expected.
    Chapter 24 (23% in)
  • That she is still journeying somewhere is apparent, for Mrs. Harker's hypnotic report at sunrise was still the same.
    Chapter 25 (54% in)

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