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apparent
used in The 100

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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • Apparently, spending six months in Confinement was no excuse for failing to keep up with the Phoenix social calendar.
    p. 120.9
  • His father had apparently spent the past six weeks trying to recast Wells as some kind of rebel, reprogramming his memories to help him understand why his son, formerly a star student and now the highest-ranked cadet, had committed the most public infraction in history.
    p. 11.2
  • The woman paled and said something Glass couldn't hear, but apparently, it was to Cora's liking, because she smiled and held her thumb up to be scanned.
    p. 127.7
  • "And apparently, you're not the best at stuff like walking."
    p. 156.1
  • Especially after everything that had happened with his mother, and now Clarke was apparently acting strange ... She really needed to catch up with him.
    p. 167.4

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