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apparent
used in The Sunlight Dialogues

10 uses
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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • Apparently he had a car parked somewhere, because nobody had seen him since, either.
    1 — The Watchdog (66% in)
  • He'd never been in jail before, he said, and he apparently believed himself set apart by nature from the others—as if by that perhaps unjust and unwarranted, meaningless brand, like the mark of Cain—so that his punishment was more cruel than theirs, downright absurd, in fact.
    2 — When the Exorcist Shall Go to the House of the Patient... (3% in)
  • The workload there was heavy and also vital, and the man who had done the job before him had been even less suited for the work, apparently, than Will.
    8 — The Kleppmann File (41% in)
  • The house had apparently been empty for years.
    10 — Poetry and Life (83% in)
  • Armed truce—that is, democracy—becomes the only apparent hope—a false hope.
    11 — The Dialogue of Houses (80% in)
  • He had a wide red hat embroidered in what might once have been white—it had gone through last night's rain, apparently—and dark glasses.
    12 — A Mother's Love (87% in)
  • She looked at him for a long time, her mind apparently still cobwebbed with dreams.
    13 — Nah ist—und schwer zu fassen der Gott (11% in)
  • Whatever the question was that he was asking himself, he apparently found the answer.
    17 — Benson versus Boyle (85% in)
  • They stepped down from the entryway to the large white livingroom where apparently no one had spent more than half an hour in twenty years.
    19 — Workmen in a Quarry (17% in)
  • For no apparent reason, the boy dropped from the swing and came over to take the man's hand.
    19 — Workmen in a Quarry (79% in)

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