Sentence for apparent | Use apparent in a sentence

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  • I asked with apparent vagueness. (9)
  • His apparent cynicism is sheer irritability. (10)
  • The desperate act was apparent, and told all. (10)
  • There was an apparent negligence in his attire. (1)
  • He did not know that the loss was only apparent. (9)
  • There was no resisting so much apparent affection. (4)
  • His lips and brows were rigid in apparent calculation. (10)
  • She inquired wonderingly why he spoke in apparent hesitation. (10)
  • Jeff waited a moment in apparent silence, after she had spoken. (9)
  • Next, in an apparent distraction, he went to the folding-doors. (10)
  • The reason for her refusal was apparent when Hilary had entered. (8)
  • By an apparent sacrifice, the lady thus obtained what she wanted. (10)
  • The gunners worked alertly, but without haste or apparent excitement. (1)
  • Here, however, the absence of personality is more apparent than real. (16)
  • It was at once apparent why, in so full a room, he was standing alone. (8)
  • She had now, for some reason; no apparent scruple in being seen to do so. (9)
  • Ellen looked at him in apparent distrust of his piety, if not of his wisdom. (9)
  • Her apparent apprehensions were relieved by hearing the name of Mr. Sullivan Smith. (10)
  • Louisa had once opened her eyes, but soon closed them again, without apparent consciousness. (4)
  • Though there was no apparent sense in his words, they all knew that he was referring to June. (8)
  • She abandoned the ground she had just been taking without apparent shame for her inconsistency. (9)
  • We public men, madam, often have to do very hard and even inhumane things for no apparent reason. (8)
  • Whatever the apparent limitations of criticism, it actually takes the universe for its province. (16)
  • The judge witnessed it all with a grave displeasure, more and more painfully apparent to his wife. (9)
  • His apparent partiality had subsided, his attentions were over, he was the admirer of some one else. (4)
  • The confusion now became considerable, and it was apparent, that the whole had been a pre-concerted scheme. (6)
  • Why, when we are not near drowning, catch at apparent straws, which may be instruments having sharp edges? (10)
  • In spite of the apparent serenity of his affairs, he paced the floor by day and tossed in his bed at night. (18)
  • She was very much affected by the view of his disposition towards her, which all these things made apparent. (4)
  • While he eagerly pressed these arguments his mother listened stonily, without apparent interest or sympathy. (9)
  • It could not be said that Breckon was aware of her disapproval, and the judge had no apparent consciousness of it. (9)
  • She listened without once speaking, but without apparent surprise at the confidence, though she may have felt surprised. (9)
  • We go on in our way; they theirs, in the apparent belief that Republicanism operates remarkable changes in human nature. (10)
  • Yet the likeness or apparent likeness would suggest that we have not so much to fear upon the day of the explanation to him. (10)
  • Having said this, the widow Engelschall stretched out her hand, and with apparent carelessness began to feel about the pillow. (12)
  • Such natures, in the painful effort to reconcile apparent antagonism and read themselves, forget that they are not full grown. (10)
  • There he turned around, and with a peering, repressed look drew from his pocket, with apparent indifference, a little revolver. (12)
  • Beyond a door or window could be seen a garden with a row of statues, and through this door people passed without apparent object. (8)
  • The preliminary test of strength was already offered in Kansas, and the moral and intellectual debate was apparent in Washington. (14)
  • Gregory shrank a little from her reyankeefied English, as well as from the apparent cynicism of her speech; but he shrank in silence still. (9)
  • Not even the apparent desperation of his circumstances could teach him that a promise to tell the truth was a more direct way of speaking. (10)
  • In spite of all the apparent prosperity which the little office enjoyed from the start, the profit for the first year was startlingly small. (13)
  • It is the struggle between the two elements, the changes foreshadowed and apparent that give such interest to the history of music in the Middle Ages. (3)
  • It was becoming apparent to him that she viewed the situation with a very different outlook from himself, and that he did not understand that outlook. (8)

Also see sentences for: discernible, evident, manifest, obvious, patent, perceptible, public.

Definition of apparent:

  • apparent, ap-pr’ent, adj. that may be seen: evident: palpable: seeming, as opposed to what really is: (_shak._) by ellipsis for heir-apparent. | adv. appar’ently. | ns. appar’entness; heir’-appar’ent, applied to one who will undoubtedly inherit if he survives the present possessor. (0)

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