Adjective(1) clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment(2) appearing as such but not necessarily so
(1) The result of this will become more apparent in the second half of the year.(2) Often redness is apparent in the complexion or hair or the complexion is well tanned.(3) The road had begun sinking some months back, with dips becoming apparent in the road.(4) Despite the apparent lack of interest, it seemed to be a rollercoaster of some substance.(5) This apparent lack of the respect for the dead led to criticism, but it was a necessary expedient.(6) her influence on his work is apparent(7) The themes that dominate our pop culture are often only truly apparent in retrospect.(8) We can moan about people's apparent lack of intelligence and mixed motives later.(9) it's all too apparent now(10) The joint enterprise model of marriage is apparent in some of the factors in the checklist.(11) In both cases, the market treated the good results with an apparent lack of enthusiasm.(12) The Athenian mix of culture and commerce was as apparent in art as architecture.(13) for no apparent reason(14) The same approach to collective dominance is apparent in the context of mergers.(15) The discussion ended and the man left the apartment with his threat still apparent in the room.(16) it was apparent that he didn't agree with them
(1) horizon :: ufq
1. evident ::
2. seeming ::
3. plain ::
4. skyline ::
5. outlook ::
6. view ::
7. celestial horizon ::
1. invisible ::
2. sightless ::
Different Formsapparent, apparently, unapparent
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