1 He could tell, with apparent sincerity and approval, stories of courage and honor and virtue and love in the odd places he had been, and follow them with ribald stories of coldest cynicism.
2 The anger went from Rhett's face as he turned to the little boy, and he considered his words with apparent seriousness as he always did when dealing with the children.
3 Then, for no apparent reason, she began to sob whenever Mammy waddled out of the room, carrying the lamp.
4 He encouraged her to talk and treated her as an adult, listening to her opinions with apparent seriousness and pretending to be guided by them.
5 It was the char-woman of the Benedick who, resting on crimson elbows, examined her with the same unflinching curiosity, the same apparent reluctance to let her pass.
6 The morrow, rising on an apparent continuance of the same conditions, revealed nothing of what had occurred between the confronted pair.
7 Her opinionation seemed dead; she had no apparent desire for escape; her brooding centered on Hugh.
8 The brain is at least twenty feet from his apparent forehead in life; it is hidden away behind its vast outworks, like the innermost citadel within the amplified fortifications of Quebec.
9 As soon as he was old enough to sit up alone and toddle about, another affliction, the nervous motion of his body, became apparent.
10 As I confronted her, the changes grew less apparent to me, her identity stronger.
11 Her "condition" was in no way apparent, and no one would have known a thing about it but for her persistence in making it the subject of conversation.
12 There was now an apparent disposition to relax; to widen the circle of confidences and give a more general tone to the conversation.
13 But Victor's astonishment was so genuine, and Mrs. Pontellier's indifference so apparent, that the disturbing notion did not lodge long in her brain.
14 A young man, in the dress of an officer, conducted to their steeds two females, who, as it was apparent by their dresses, were prepared to encounter the fatigues of a journey in the woods.
15 It was, however, continued without any apparent consequences, until the moon had set, and a pale streak above the treetops, at the bend of the river a little below, announced the approach of day.