Part of speech:
Readily understood; clear or obvious:
Easily perceived or understood; obvious.
Deceptive or insubstantial. Deceptive or insubstantial.
Represented or appearing as such; ostensive:
Directly pointing out; clearly demonstrative
Appearing to be the most probable, often with some preparations starting to be made for it.
Openly declared; avowed
Having a likeness to something; resembling:
Seeming to be good, sound, correct, logical, etc. without really being so; plausible but not genuine
Regarded as true, genuine, etc., without actual knowledge
Seeming to be true or real; plausible; likely
Of, pertaining to, or taking place in cyberspace or in virtual reality
The way things seem to be
False appearance; pretense:
The act or instance of looking:
A change in the apparent position of an object relative to more distant objects, caused by a change in the observer's line of sight towards the object. The parallax of nearby stars caused by observing them from opposite points in Earth's orbit around the Sun is used in estimating the stars' distance from Earth through triangulation.
An outward or token appearance:
A display; a manifestation:
Of or relating to foreign affairs or foreign countries:
Not extensive or important; minor or insignificant:
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