Last modified on 6 October 2014, at 22:07

apparently

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EtymologyEdit

From apparent +‎ -ly.

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AdverbEdit

apparently (comparative more apparently, superlative most apparently)

  1. Plainly; clearly; manifestly; evidently.
  2. Seemingly; in appearance only.
    A man may be apparently friendly, yet malicious in heart.
  3. According to what the speaker has read or been told.
    Apparently you are quite a good dancer.
    • 2006, Lois Lewandowski, The Fatal Heir: A Gillian Jones Mystery, iUniverse, 978-0-595-39843-0, page 169:
      " [] Apparently they are going to contact the adoption agency and see if they can locate that child. [] "

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