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- adj. Not apparent
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not apparent; obscure; not visible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not readily apparent
“The unapparent connection is more powerful than the apparent one.”
And even as the unapparent develops into the inevitable, it is human nature to cling to what is perceived as "comfortable", even when it's not.
Portugal's difficulties are different from those of Ireland, where banks became over-leveraged during a real estate boom that went bust, and Greece, where unapparent financial commitments came to light and overwhelmed it with debt.
For some strange and unapparent reason, I was being blinded by flashing red, blue and hot white lights.
Perhaps unapparent earlier to his parents, his veins are unquestionably filled with the blood of his father, an artist and celebrated poet exiled to a labor camp during Mao's purges.
A new survey shows that venture capital investment – the stuff that fuels technology innovation – is growing in parts of the country where it has been largely unapparent.
Those little quirks of mannerism or speech that just jump out at you as soon as they open their mouths, but which were strangely unapparent beforehand.
The iPhone headphone connector is recessed for some unapparent reason.
The problem is that the Canadian Conservative government has said they will be trying to target more people from Asia to try to fill whatever unapparent needs we have in our economy.
What we didn't tell you, and what I now realize was largely unapparent from January's posts, was that at the time we were in the midst of a full-blown Asian kick prompted by a handful of recent acquisitions:
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