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  • v. Present participle of appear.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. formal attendance (in court or at a hearing) of a party in an action


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • I like to say, ` ` In Gold, '' and to see seven pounds musically pouring out of the shovel, like seventy; the Bank appearing to remark to me --- I italicise _appearing_ --- ` ` If you want more of this yellow earth, we keep it in barrows at your service. ''

    The Uncommercial Traveller

  • The way the machine crew saw it, the record run was achieved in spite of Neil, not because of him, and the thought of his name appearing on the plaque made them ill.

    David Macaray: We Do the Work

  • He fell well short of the 75% of the vote required for induction last year, with his name appearing on just 62.1% of ballots cast by voting members of the Baseball Writers Association of America.

    Larkin Enters Baseball's Hall on Third Try

  • Her hand moved slowly to push some of it back into her mouth, her expression appearing more sentient, more aware that she needed to keep this blood, that she liked this blood.

    The Darkest Edge of Dawn

  • He was the first of the family, and amongst the first Englishmen, to settle in America, and was one of the early Rhode Island settlers, his name appearing on the civil constitution of the first settlers there, in 1645. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • Like her name appearing on Glenn Mulcaire's phone-hacking list.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Wadsworth too echoed Hopper's sentiment, though keeping the possiblity of the title appearing on other platoforms alive, stating, "That's not to say that we won't go to other platforms [in the future]."

    Latest from PALGN

  • Epic Mickey a Nintendo Wii-exclusive, while also bring up the possibility of the title appearing on other platforms in the future.

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  • Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, with the two parts of the title appearing in different fonts, the tall and manly Arquitura and the thin and feminine Centaur. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • There are only a handful of examples, averaging out to less than one per year, of the term appearing in the

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