Noun(1) a ghostly appearing figure(2) the appearance of a ghostlike figure(3) something existing in perception only(4) an act of appearing or becoming visible unexpectedly
(1) Miranda, not her, but a ghostly apparition of what she was, rose up on the roof of the car.(2) Glancing from the window in the early evening, a splendid apparition met his gaze.(3) His eyes, lazy a second ago, stared at me wildly as if I was a ghost, an apparition .(4) It's something he has never seen before in these waters, but as quickly it appeared, the apparition is gone.(5) In the final apparition , the angel appeared holding the Eucharist.(6) a headless apparition(7) Jupiter has had a brilliant yearlong apparition , but sky watchers are running out of time to view it.(8) Then, out of nowhere a bus appeared like an apparition .(9) Another friend said that he saw an apparition of an elderly man carrying a body and it appeared to be headless and armless.(10) They thought He was a ghost, a phantasm, an apparition , a spirit, anything except their Master.(11) Some ten per cent of the population claim to have seen a ghost or some other apparition that seems completely invisible to others.(12) One only has to witness the apparition , the manifestation.(13) She gasped, momentarily confused by the apparition that appeared before her.(14) an apparition of the Virgin Mary(15) He stood spell-bound, gazing at them the way one would at an apparition suddenly materialising out of the blue.(16) This marks the beginning of a yearlong apparition , when the giant planet will blaze within the stars of Gemini.
1. ghost ::
2. specter ::
3. shadow ::
Different Formsapparition, apparitions
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