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apparent
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • It was apparent, at least to Jake, that Judge Atlee was now the enemy.
    p. 557.7
  • A true hangman's knot snaps the neck, making death quicker and less painful, and apparently Seth had done his homework.
    p. 2.2
  • From the gravel road, they all strained to see the old sycamore, but after a few seconds of focusing it was apparent there was a man hanging from it.
    p. 5.4
  • He walked past the troubled and padlocked office of an old pal named Mack Stafford, unseen and unheard from now for eight months after apparently fleeing in the middle of the night with money belonging to his clients.
    p. 20.7
  • They really liked Sybil, their second mom, and once it became apparent Sybil would win the divorce and make off with the money, they fell into her camp.
    p. 59.0
  • As the service dragged on, it became apparent that there was little faking going on.
    p. 73.4
  • On the front page, below the fold, there was a brief story about the death of Mr. Seth Hubbard, an "apparent suicide."
    p. 119.0
  • The three continued to exchange nervous looks and it was apparent none of them knew exactly what to do next.
    p. 121.9
  • Apparently so.
    p. 226.0
  • The door closed and it became apparent he was not there to take part.
    p. 247.3
  • From their depositions, it slowly became apparent that Seth Hubbard was a neglectful father who viewed his children as little more than nuisances.
    p. 302.7
  • A detective was hanging around, and when it became apparent he might never wake up, a plan was hatched.
    p. 448.5
  • The trial started in four days, and there was no way he could race off to Alaska and somehow verify the identity of a man who did not want to be identified; indeed, one who'd apparently spent the past thirty years changing identities.
    p. 451.9
  • Now that we've interviewed the first thirty-eight jurors, it is apparent that, as a whole, this panel knows far too much about this case.
    p. 497.2
  • Seth had purchased it at a pharmacy in Tupelo six days before he died, then he apparently disposed of it; thus, there was no proof of how much or how little he'd actually consumed.
    p. 532.3
  • Apparently so.
    p. 535.6
  • Three apparently did not.
    p. 536.9

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