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Appearently Meaning and Definition

By Tayyaba Rehman — Published on February 1, 2024
"Appearently" is not a standard word in the English language. Please consider the correct spelling, "Apparently." Misspellings can create confusion or diminish the perceived quality of the text.

Apparently Definitions

"Apparently" is used to describe something that seems to be true based on what is known or observed.
Apparently, the school will be closed tomorrow due to the snow.
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"Apparently" refers to something that appears to be true from what one understands.
She was apparently the winner of the contest.
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"Apparently" means seemingly, based on available evidence or appearances.
Apparently, the meeting has been postponed until next week.
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"Apparently" denotes an observation or statement based on surface evidence.
The train is apparently running late today.
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"Apparently" indicates an impression gained from what is seen or heard.
Apparently, the play was a huge success.
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"Apparently" describes a situation or fact that is perceived as evident.
The concert was apparently sold out within hours.
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"Apparently" conveys the idea of something being evident or obvious.
The path was apparently blocked by fallen trees.
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"Apparently" signifies something that looks to be true, though not confirmed.
He is apparently the new manager of the department.
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"Apparently" implies a condition that seems to exist or be the case.
Apparently, they've canceled the outdoor event due to rain.
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Readily seen; visible
The animal's markings were immediately apparent.
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Readily understood; clear or obvious
The error was apparent to everyone in the audience.
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Appearing as such but not necessarily so; seeming
An apparent advantage.
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Plainly; clearly; manifestly; evidently.
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Seemingly; in appearance.
A man may be apparently friendly, yet malicious in heart.
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According to what the speaker has read or heard.
Apparently you are quite a good dancer.
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Visibly.
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Plainly; clearly; manifestly; evidently.
If he should scorn me so apparently.
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Seemingly; in appearance; as, a man may be apparently friendly, yet malicious in heart.
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From appearances alone;
Irrigation often produces bumper crops from apparently desert land
The child is seemingly healthy but the doctor is concerned
Had been ostensibly frank as to his purpose while really concealing it
On the face of it the problem seems minor
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Unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly');
The answer is obviously wrong
She was in bed and evidently in great pain
He was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list
It is all patently nonsense
She has apparently been living here for some time
I thought he owned the property, but apparently not
You are plainly wrong
He is plain stubborn
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"Apparently" suggests an assumption made based on apparent evidence.
Apparently, the store is having a big sale tomorrow.
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"Apparently" is used when stating something that seems likely, though not certain.
Apparently, she's moving to a different city next month.
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Apparently Sentences

Apparently, the soccer game has been rescheduled for next week.
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He didn't do his homework, apparently because he forgot.
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Apparently, the library will be closed this weekend for renovations.
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The school trip was canceled, apparently due to a lack of funding.
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Apparently, the museum is introducing a new exhibit next month.
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She won the science fair, apparently with a project on renewable energy.
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The roads were slippery, apparently due to the overnight frost.
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Apparently, she's been practicing piano for over a year.
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He missed the bus, apparently because his alarm didn't go off.
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They lost the game, apparently because of a lack of practice.
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The weather is going to be sunny tomorrow, apparently.
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Apparently, the movie they wanted to see is no longer playing.
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Apparently, the park is hosting a free concert this evening.
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Apparently, the new restaurant downtown is really good.
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Apparently, they're building a new playground in the neighborhood.
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Apparently Idioms & Phrases

Apparently Not

Indicates that something believed or assumed to be the case is, in fact, not true.
I thought she was coming to the party, but apparently not.
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Apparently Unaware

Describes someone who seems not to know or realize something.
He walked into the room, apparently unaware of the surprise party planned for him.
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Apparently So

Used when something seems to be true based on what is observed or known.
Is the meeting canceled? Apparently so, according to the email.
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Apparently Satisfied

Implies that someone seems pleased or content with a situation.
After inspecting the work, the boss was apparently satisfied.
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Apparently Successful

Indicates that something seems to have achieved desired results or success.
Their new business venture was apparently successful.
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Apparently Unaffected

Implies that someone or something shows no signs of being influenced or harmed.
Despite the criticism, she seemed apparently unaffected.
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Apparently Certain

Suggests that something seems undoubtedly true or sure.
The outcome of the game was apparently certain by halftime.
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Apparently Confused

Suggests that someone looks or acts puzzled or perplexed.
She looked at the complex math problem, apparently confused.
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Apparently Surprised

Indicates that someone seems to be shocked or taken aback.
When they announced her name, she was apparently surprised.
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Apparently Happy

Describes a person who seems to be cheerful or content.
The children playing in the park were apparently happy.
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Apparently Missing

Used when someone or something seems to be lost or not present.
After the storm, several items were apparently missing.
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Apparently Inevitable

Suggests that something seems certain to happen or unavoidable.
The decline of the old technology was apparently inevitable.
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Apparently Unchanged

Describes a situation that seems to have remained the same over time.
Ten years later, the old neighborhood was apparently unchanged.
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Apparently True

Used when a statement or fact seems to be accurate or correct.
The rumors about the merger were apparently true.
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Apparently Intact

Describes something that seems to be whole or undamaged.
Despite the accident, the package was apparently intact.
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Apparently Forgotten

Used when something seems to have been overlooked or not remembered.
His promise to call her back was apparently forgotten.
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Apparently Obvious

Implies that something seems clear or easy to perceive.
The answer to the problem was apparently obvious to everyone in the room.
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Apparently Enjoying

Suggests that someone seems to be having a good time or taking pleasure in something.
The tourists were apparently enjoying their tour of the city.
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Apparently Alone

Used when a person seems to be solitary or without companions.
She walked down the street, apparently alone.
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Apparently Unsuccessful

Indicates that an attempt or effort seems to have failed.
His efforts to convince the board were apparently unsuccessful.
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Apparently FAQs

How do we divide apparently into syllables?

Ap-par-ent-ly.
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How many syllables are in apparently?

There are four syllables in apparently.
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What is the verb form of apparently?

Apparently does not have a verb form as it is an adverb. The related verb form would be "appear."
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Why is it called apparently?

It is called apparently because it is used to describe something that seems to be true based on what is observed or known, without certainty. The term comes from the Latin word "apparentia," meaning appearance.
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How is apparently used in a sentence?

"Apparently, the meeting has been postponed to next week."
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What is the pronunciation of apparently?

Apparently is pronounced as /əˈpær.ənt.li/.
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What is a stressed syllable in apparently?

The stressed syllable in apparently is the second one: ap-PAR-ent-ly.
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What is the root word of apparently?

The root word of apparently is "apparent," derived from Latin "apparens," the present participle of "apparere" meaning to appear.
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Is apparently an adverb?

Yes, apparently is an adverb.
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What is another term for apparently?

Another term for apparently could be "seemingly" or "ostensibly."
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Is apparently a noun or adjective?

Apparently is an adverb.
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Is apparently a vowel or consonant?

The term apparently contains both vowels (a, e, a) and consonants (p, p, r, n, t, l, y); it is not classified solely as a vowel or a consonant.
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Is apparently a countable noun?

Apparently is not a noun; it's an adverb, so it's not countable.
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Is the word apparently Gerund?

No, apparently is not a gerund; it is an adverb.
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What part of speech is apparently?

Apparently is an adverb.
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Is apparently an abstract noun?

Apparently is not a noun; it's an adverb.
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Is apparently a collective noun?

No, apparently is not a collective noun.
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Is the apparently term a metaphor?

Apparently can be used in a figurative sense but is not typically considered a metaphor.
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Is the word apparently imperative?

No, apparently is not imperative; it is an adverb used to modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs.
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What is the plural form of apparently?

As an adverb, apparently does not have a plural form.
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Which determiner is used with apparently?

Determiners are not used with apparently since it is not a noun.
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Which vowel is used before apparently?

Articles or vowels are not typically used directly before apparently because it is an adverb, not a noun.
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Which article is used with apparently?

Articles are not used with apparently since it is an adverb, not a noun.
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What is the opposite of apparently?

The opposite of apparently could be "secretly" or "unbeknownst."
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Is apparently a negative or positive word?

Apparently is neutral; its positive or negative connotation depends on the context in which it is used.
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What is the singular form of apparently?

As an adverb, apparently does not have a singular or plural form.
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Is the word “apparently” a Direct object or an Indirect object?

Apparently, being an adverb, cannot be a direct or indirect object.
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Which preposition is used with apparently?

Prepositions are not typically used directly with apparently; however, it can follow prepositions in a sentence structure, e.g., "from what we know apparently."
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Which conjunction is used with apparently?

Although not a conjunction itself, apparently can be used in conjunction with conjunctions in a sentence, depending on the structure.
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