1. outward or visible aspect of a person or thing
2. the event of coming into sight
3. formal attendance (in court or at a hearing) of a party in an action
4. a mental representation;
5. the act of appearing in public view;
6. pretending that something is the case in order to make a good impression;
They are similar in appearance.
She was very tense, but she preserved an appearance of nonchalance.
Process for their appearance has been duly issued.
Climbing plants had grown over the walls, giving the building an appearance much more ancient than it was.
It would be rude to remark upon her appearance.
The two office buildings are somewhat alike in appearance.
His face has a grotesque appearance.
In appearance, he was a little like his father.
He's very sensitive about his ugly appearance.
Some boys are neglectful of their appearance.
Never judge a person by his appearance.
The twin brothers are alike in appearance but differ greatly in disposition.
The girl flushed from modesty when the man praised her appearance.
I was completely nonplussed by his sudden appearance.
He is unconcerned about personal appearance.
His appearance is very neat.
They rallied him on his strange appearance.
The student was careless about his personal appearance.
The cat makes a punctual appearance at mealtimes.
The general praised the soldiers for their smart appearance.
He's very insecure about his appearance.
Her sudden appearance did not seem to perturb him in the least.
The appearance of the place and the building says something about the importance of the project.
The privations of monastery life were evident in his appearance.
What the military rulers have done is to restore the outward appearance of order.
The US president risked giving the appearance that the US was taking sides.
Passing sentence, the judge said it all had the appearance of a con trick.
Barry's speech followed Dirk Bogarde's appearance, and was an inevitable anticlimax.
Her appearance at this moment is an omen of disaster.
You must put in an appearance, at least, or she'll think you're avoiding her.
keep up appearances
maintain an impression of wealth or well-being, especially to hide the true situation
make (或 put in) an appearance
attend an event briefly, especially as a matter of courtesy
to (或 by) all appearances
as far as can be seen
to all appearances, it had been a normal day.
appearance, look, face, aspect
There is relatively little information about appearance, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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