Apparent : Synonyms and Antonyms
Apparent ( Adjective )
It is apparent
to all of us that the train would be late by at least one hour. Synonyms:
15. Overt Contextual Examples:
She painted with bold
strokes of the brush.
You should do as you are told, is that clear
If you are walking along a badly lit road at night you should wear conspicuous
I had the distinct
impression that I was being watched.
It was patently
obvious that he was lying.
It is not clear
who is the elder brother among them since all look alike.
What is manifest
to all is we have to prepare yet to score the minimum marks in this exam. Antonyms:
10. Vague Contextual Examples:
Their position as consultants is ambiguous
It is extremely doubtful
that anyone survived the explosion.
I am little hazy
about what to do next.
The origin of the disease is still obscure
This organization faces an uncertain
Our plans are unclear
at this moment.
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