Thesaurus / apparent
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What caused the fear which, at the beginning of their interview, had been so apparent?
NO CLUEJAMES HAY
His whole nervous system became affected, and it was apparent even to his daughter's eyes, that he was a very unhappy man.
HOW IT ALL CAME ROUNDL. T. MEADE
It was apparent that, seasoned to surprises as they were, Nick's presence took them aback.
THE GLIMPSES OF THE MOONEDITH WHARTON
For, indeed, it was apparent That the beast was very sick.
THE BON GAULTIER BALLADSWILLIAM EDMONSTOUNE AYTOUN
In conclusion I should like to express in words what must be only too apparent to every reader of this statement.
THE EVOLUTION OF THE DRAGONG. ELLIOT SMITH
He did not suggest means of avoiding the apparent alternative of universities subsidized by the rich.
PHILOSOPHY AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEMWILL DURANT
To the practiced eyes of Dr. Trousseau these signs were apparent where I could not perceive them until he laid his finger on them.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, OREGON, AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDSCHARLES NORDHOFF
Thus the value of fat-containing foods in a sledging ration is at once apparent.
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
Yet he remains the most modest of men, with no apparent consciousness that he is great.
A BACKWARD GLANCE AT EIGHTYCHARLES A. MURDOCK
Although there seemed no apparent necessity for a fire, fresh logs were added.
OUR LITTLE AUSTRIAN COUSINFLORENCE E. MENDEL
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