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apparent
used in True Believer by Sparks

4 uses
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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • She turned away, apparently uninterested, but then looked his way again.
    Chapter One (46% in)
  • Diane inspected the pin with apparent fascination.
    Chapter One (71% in)
  • But the lights in Boone Creek were supposed to be different; apparently, they were predictable enough to enable the town to sponsor a Historic Homes and Haunted Cemetery Tour, during which, the brochure promised, people would see not only homes dating back to the mid-1700s but, weather permitting, "the anguished ancestors of our town on their nightly march between the netherworlds."
    Chapter Two (36% in)
  • The room was decorated in bright colors— the shelves were like crayons, with no apparent theme other than vividness.
    Chapter Eight (59% in)

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