- appear used 54 times.
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- appeareth used 10 times.
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APPE'AR, verb intransitive [Latin appareo, of ad and pareo, to appear or be manifest.]
1. To come or be in sight; to be in view; to be visible.
The leprosy appeareth in the skin of the flesh. Leviticus 13:57.
And God said, Let the dry land appear Genesis 1:9.
2. To become visible to the eye, as a spirit, or to the apprehension of the mind; a sense frequent in scripture.
The Lord appeared to Abram, and said. Genesis 1:92.
The angel of the Lord appeared to him in a flame of fire out of the midst of the bush. Exodus 3:2.
3. To stand in presence of, as parties or advocates before a court, or as persons to be tried. The defendant, being called, did not appear
We must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ. 2 Corinthians 5:10.
4. To be obvious; to be known, as a subject of observation or comprehension.
Let thy work appear to thy servant. Psalms 90:16.
It doth not yet appear what we shall be. 1 John 3:2.
5. To be clear or made clear by evidence; as, this fact appears by ancient records.
But sin that it might appear sin. Romans 7:13.
6. To seem, in opposition to reality.
They disfigure their faces, that they may appear to men to fast. Matthew 6:16.
7. To be discovered, or laid open.
That they shame may appear Jeremiah 13:26.
APPE'AR, noun Appearance. obsolete
1. The act of coming into sight; the act of becoming visible to the eye; as, his sudden appearance surprised me.
2. The thing seen; a phenomenon; as an appearance in the sky.
3. Semblance; apparent likeness.
There was upon the tabernacle as it were the appearance of fire. Numbers 9:15.
4. External show; semblance assumed, in opposition to reality or substance; as, we are often deceived by appearances; he has the appearance of virtue.
For man looketh on the outward appearance 1 Samuel 16:7
5. Personal presence; exhibition of the person; as, he made his first appearance at court or on the stage.
6. Exhibition of the character; introduction of a person to the public in a particular character, as a person makes his appearance in the world, as a historian, an artist, or an orator.
7. Probability; likelihood. This sense is rather an inference from the third or fourth; as probability is inferred from external semblance or show.
8. Presence; mien; figure; as presented by the person, dress or manners; as, the lady made a noble appearance
9. A being present in court; a defendant's filing common or special bail to a process.
10. An apparition.
APPE'ARER, noun The person that appears.
APPE'ARING, participle present tense Coming in sight; becoming evident; making an external show; seeming; having the semblance.
APPE'ARING, noun The act of becoming visible; appearance.