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apparently (adverb), more apparently, most apparently
A reference used to describe something that seems to be true based on what is known: "Friends were surprised when the couple's apparently happy marriage ended in less than a year."

"Apparently the winter storm caused many delays and cancelations in air flights because the TV was showing a lot of passengers having to sleep in airports."

"The criticism was apparently untrue since no real evidence was specified."

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(The Romans were apparently never able to conquer the northern Picts)
(Greek: pancreas [pan, "all" plus kreas, "flesh"; the idea apparently being that the pancreas is an organ composed entirely of glandular flesh])