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Correct spelling for APPARANCE
We think the word apparance is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for apparance
- Apparent(Definition of apparent)
- Apparatus(Definition of apparatus)
- Reappearance(Definition of reappearance)
- Assurance(Definition of assurance)
- Appraise(Definition of appraise)
- Prance(Definition of prance)
- Appliance(Definition of appliance)
- Appearance(Definition of appearance)
But from the moment that we had actually joined him she withdrew from all part and all apparent interest in the conversation.
Mere-grand, left to herself, quietly continued sewing, without a thought that the manufacture of guillaume's powder was drawing to an end in an apparatus near her.
So we rode in the forest, and sailed on the bosphorus, and enjoyed the freedom of the life and the freshness of the cool air, and things went on very pleasantly for every one, as far as outward appearances were concerned.
At half-past twelve she left her assistant alone in the kitchen, and, returning to the sitting-room, waited for the reappearance of angel's form behind the bridge.
He looked at his watch, and took assurance from the vision of the flying day.
He felt a good deal of pride in having been summoned to appraise the oldham library.
Bears of the woods are seldom trained to dance; yet, seeing bruin throw his limbs about, the fancy seiz'd them all, themselves to prance, and strive, with clumsy aim, his motions to make out.
And right here the splendid triumphs of modern invention and discovery are made manifest; electricity and gunpowder come to the relief of puny muscle, simple appliance, and orchestras limited by sparse population.
Indeed, i am going to frankly confess, i also like your appearance.