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The example sentences of APPARENT in videos (15 in total of 340)

although preposition or subordinating conjunction , this determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present only adverb speculation noun, singular or mass , and coordinating conjunction the determiner real adjective reason noun, singular or mass for preposition or subordinating conjunction their possessive pronoun actions noun, plural and coordinating conjunction their possessive pronoun apparent adjective
this determiner law noun, singular or mass becomes verb, 3rd person singular present very adverb apparent adjective and coordinating conjunction hopefully adverb this determiner will modal help verb, base form you personal pronoun avoid verb, non-3rd person singular present spending noun, singular or mass unnecessary adjective money noun, singular or mass
this determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present apparent adjective by preposition or subordinating conjunction observing verb, gerund or present participle that preposition or subordinating conjunction in preposition or subordinating conjunction mohr proper noun, singular 's possessive ending circle noun, singular or mass there existential there is verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner 180 cardinal number degree noun, singular or mass angle noun, singular or mass
design noun, singular or mass - apparent adjective not adverb only adverb in preposition or subordinating conjunction apple proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular beautifully adverb simple adjective designs noun, plural but coordinating conjunction in preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun personal adjective life noun, singular or mass .
if preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present not adverb apparent adjective to to you personal pronoun , they personal pronoun 'll modal be verb, base form apparent adjective to to your possessive pronoun partner noun, singular or mass or coordinating conjunction friends noun, plural or coordinating conjunction people noun, plural
- it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present apparent adjective that preposition or subordinating conjunction all determiner that preposition or subordinating conjunction data noun, plural being verb, gerund or present participle transmitted verb, past participle from preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner hope proper noun, singular probe proper noun, singular is verb, 3rd person singular present priceless adjective .
so adverb even adverb even adverb if preposition or subordinating conjunction change noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present not adverb apparent adjective it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present consciously adverb apparent adjective it personal pronoun is verb, 3rd person singular present happening verb, gerund or present participle it personal pronoun just adverb
little adjective apparent adjective here adverb and coordinating conjunction there existential there but coordinating conjunction you personal pronoun have verb, non-3rd person singular present to to be verb, base form really adverb looking verb, gerund or present participle for preposition or subordinating conjunction it personal pronoun another determiner
obvious adjective clear adjective evident adjective apparent adjective it personal pronoun may modal be verb, base form possible adjective that determiner nelson noun, singular or mass actually adverb believes verb, 3rd person singular present he personal pronoun did verb, past tense n't adverb have verb, base form
so preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner added verb, past tense back adverb all determiner of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner apparent adjective trade noun, singular or mass offs noun, plural that preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun thought verb, past tense of preposition or subordinating conjunction earlier adverb, comparative ,
a determiner couple noun, singular or mass days noun, plural before preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun apparent adjective demise noun, singular or mass , he personal pronoun was verb, past tense 100 cardinal number % noun, singular or mass cognitively adverb fine adjective - brain noun, singular or mass cancer noun, singular or mass
panama proper noun, singular ran verb, past tense elections noun, plural in preposition or subordinating conjunction may modal of preposition or subordinating conjunction 1989 cardinal number , but coordinating conjunction the determiner apparent adjective democratic adjective facade noun, singular or mass fell verb, past tense when wh-adverb the determiner
which wh-determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present slightly adverb apparent adjective on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner samsung proper noun, singular but coordinating conjunction not adverb apparent adjective at preposition or subordinating conjunction all determiner on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner iphone proper noun, singular the determiner reason noun, singular or mass
it personal pronoun is verb, 3rd person singular present also adverb apparent adjective how wh-adverb at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner same adjective time noun, singular or mass , the determiner ghosts noun, plural are verb, non-3rd person singular present revealed verb, past participle ;
which wh-determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present when wh-adverb it personal pronoun became verb, past tense apparent adjective that preposition or subordinating conjunction some determiner of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner books noun, plural were verb, past tense , well adverb , airborne noun, singular or mass .

Use "apparent" in a sentence | "apparent" example sentences

How to use "apparent" in a sentence?

  • Mohammed was not an apparent failure. He was a dazzling success, politically as well as spiritually, and Islam went from strength to strength to strength.
    -Karen Armstrong-
  • Every great work, every big accomplishment, has been brought into manifestation through holding to the vision, and often just before the big achievement, comes apparent failure and discouragement.
    -Florence Scovel Shinn-
  • To the extent that tenure supports academic freedom, I support tenure. I want no person or system to have any power, real or apparent, to chill academic freedom.
    -James E. Rogers, Jr.-
  • The most evident token and apparent sign of true wisdom is a constant and unconstrained rejoicing.
    -Michel de Montaigne-
  • Life has always taken place in a tumult without apparent cohesion, but it only finds its grandeur and its reality in ecstasy and in ecstatic love.
    -Georges Bataille-
  • Real spiritual growth is always growth downward, so to speak, into profounder humility, which in healthy souls will become more and more apparent as they age.
    -J. I. Packer-
  • The beautiful is a phenomenon which is never apparent of itself, but is reflected in a thousand different works of the creator.
    -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe-
  • These truths may seem simple and self-apparent and the words easy to say, but the states of mind that you live in as you progress are beautiful beyond description.
    -Frederick Lenz-
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Definition and meaning of APPARENT

What does "apparent mean?"

/əˈperənt/

apparent

adjective
Seeming to exist or be true, but may not be.

What are synonyms of "apparent"?
Some common synonyms of "apparent" are:
  • evident,
  • plain,
  • obvious,
  • clear,
  • manifest,
  • visible,
  • discernible,
  • perceptible,
  • perceivable,
  • noticeable,
  • detectable,
  • recognizable,
  • observable,
  • unmistakable,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈevədənt/

evident
adjective

clearly seen or understood.

/plān/

plain
adjective adverb noun

Obvious; clearly so, true. used for emphasis. Wide open area of flat, dry land.

/ˈäbvēəs/

obvious
adjective

Easily understood and clear; plain to see.

/ˈklir/

clear
adjective adverb verb

easy to understand,. so as to be away from. remove obstruction from.

/ˈmanəˌfest/

manifest
adjective noun verb

clear or obvious. List of cargo on a ship. show quality or feeling.

/ˈvizəb(ə)l/

visible
adjective

Can see, easily seen or understood.

/diˈsərnəb(ə)l/

discernible
adjective

That can be detected or seen; visible; detectible.

/pərˈseptəb(ə)l/

perceptible
adjective

able to be seen or noticed.

perceivable
adjective

Capable of being perceived especially by sight or hearing.

/ˈnōdəsəb(ə)l/

noticeable
adjective

Being easy or likely to be sensed or noticed.

/dəˈtektəb(ə)l/

detectable
adjective

Able to be detected.

/ˌrekəɡˈnīzəb(ə)l/

recognizable
adjective

able to be recognized or identified.

/əbˈzərvəb(ə)l/

observable
adjective

Being able to be seen, noticed, or sensed.

/ˌənməˈstākəb(ə)l/

unmistakable
adjective

Not able to be mistaken for something else.

What are antonyms of "apparent"?
Some common antonyms of "apparent" are:
  • unclear,
  • obscure,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˌənˈklir/

unclear
adjective

not easy to see or understand.

/əbˈskyo͝or/

obscure
adjective verb

undiscovered and uncertain. To hide something to make it difficult to be seen.

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