Sentences with Apparent, Apparent in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Apparent
1. Steve is in no apparent pain.
2. The apparent truth was really a lie.
3. His apparent anger proved to be only a joke.
4. Like most misery, it started with apparent happiness.
5. We need drugs, apparently, because we have lost each other.
6. It was apparent that he did not understand what I had said.
7. It was strange, really. A couple months ago, I had thought I couldn’t live without him. Apparently I could.
8. Screening is a way of identifying apparently healthy people who may have an increased risk of a particular condition.
9. Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so.
10. Femininity is depicted as weakness, the sapping of strength, yet masculinity is so fragile that apparently even the slightest brush with the feminine destroys it.
11. Never once does ‘Snow White’ herself look in the mirror so she isn’t aware of her beauty or what apparently that does to people. It’s really just the queen and the prince that talk about it.
12. To enter by reason means to realize the essence through instruction and to believe that all living things share the same true nature, which isn’t apparent because it’s shrouded by sensation and delusion.
13. No matter how apparently successful it may seem upon the way, at the end it will wreck itself. It will founder upon the rocks of iniquity and sink headfirst to vanish without trace into the seas of oblivion.”
14. In the business world today, failure is apparently not an option. We need to change this attitude toward failure – and celebrate the idea that only by falling on our collective business faces do we learn enough to succeed down the road.
15. There are two kinds of artists in this world those that work because the spirit is in them, and they cannot be silent if they would, and those that speak from a conscientious desire to make apparent to others the beauty that has awakened their own admiration.
16. Yet it looks as if the thing we use to solve our problems with is the source of our problems. It’s like going to the doctor and having him make you ill. In fact, in 20% of medical cases we do apparently have that going on. But in the case of thought, its far over 20%.