- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of appear.
“Romance appears hundreds of years later, and it _appears more immediately and earliest in connection with precisely those districts in which the passage of the few Teutonic, Slavonic and other barbarians had been least felt_.”
“Although the term appears a couple of times in the late 14th century, it would not attain its current meaning until roughly 1900.”
“The term appears as "natural-born citizen" in the U.S. Constitution to reflect a different form of government.”
“But in this very early form, the word appears to have denoted fencing, rather than any given area that real or notional barriers could enclose.”
“ELP stopped and ELP is not pleased that our name appears in this context.”
“In fact, Mr. Hurt seems to be rediscovered and freshly celebrated every time his name appears in a movie's opening titles.”
“His name appears in the opening credits of the season premiere.”
“After several deadlocks among three frontrunners, miraculously his name appears on virtually every ballot.”
“Traditional search engines rely heavily on how often a word appears on a web page.”
“My name appears on movie screens and posters, I get interviewed a bit and my mug occasionally appears in magazines.”
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