- To come or be in sight to stay in view to be noticeable
- present yourself officially, because before a (judicial) expert
- give a specific impression or have a specific outward aspect
- seem to be real, likely, or obvious
- enter into being or existence, or show up on the scene
- be released or posted
- look as a character on stage or can be found in a play, etc.
- enter into sight or view
- ahead or perhaps in sight; to be in view; to become noticeable.
- in the future before the public; since, a great journalist showed up in those days.
- to face in presence of some expert, tribunal, or superior individual, to answer a cost, plead an underlying cause, or even the want; to current an individual's self as a party or supporter before a courtroom, or as a person to be attempted.
- In order to become visible to the apprehension of head; to be referred to as a subject of observance or comprehension, or as a thing proved; become obvious or manifest.
- to look; to have a specific semblance; to appear.
v. for a celebration or a lawyer to exhibit up in judge.
Iu training. Become precisely before a court; as an undeniable fact or case of which normally it takes notice. To stay proof; is shown. "which makes it appear and proving are exactly the same thing." Freetn. 53. To-be regularly iu courtroom; as a defendant in an action. See APPEARANCE.
late 13c., "ahead into view," from stem of Old French aparoir (12c., Modern French apparoir) "appear, come to light, come forth," from Latin apparere "to look, are presented in sight, make an appearance," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + parere "in the future forth, be visible." Of persons, "present oneself," belated 14c. Meaning "appear, have a specific look" is belated 14c. Associated: Appeared; appearing.
(v. i.) in the future or perhaps in sight; to be in view; to be noticeable.
- (v. i.) ahead ahead of the public; since, a great journalist appeared during those times.
- (v. i.) to face in presence of some authority, tribunal, or superior person, to answer a charge, plead an underlying cause, and/or want; presenting your self as a celebration or supporter before a court, or as one to-be tried.
- (v. i.) To become noticeable to the apprehension associated with head; to-be called a topic of observance or comprehension, or as anything proved; become apparent or manifest.
- (v. i.) to appear; to own a specific semblance; to check.
- (n.) Appearance.
Histories of any value are necessarily compromises between the biblical traditions and the results of recent investigation, and those studies which appear to depart most widely from the biblical or canonical representation often do greater t justice to the evidence as a whole than the slighter or more conservative and apologetic reconstructions.