Definitions and Examples of materialize, appear
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
To become visible or real; to take on a physical form.
The magician made the rabbit materialize out of thin air.
To come into sight or become visible.
The sun will appear from behind the clouds soon.
Key Differences: materialize vs appear
- 1Materialize refers to something becoming visible or taking on a physical form.
- 2Appear simply means to come into sight or become visible.
Effective Usage of materialize, appear
- 1In Science Fiction: Use dematerialized and materialize in science fiction stories to describe teleportation or other futuristic technologies.
- 2In Magic Tricks: Incorporate materialize in magic tricks to describe objects appearing out of nowhere.
- 3In Everyday Conversation: Use appear to describe things that come into sight or become visible.
The antonyms materialize and appear convey the opposite meaning of dematerialized. Use materialize to describe something becoming visible or taking on a physical form, and appear to describe things that come into sight or become visible. These words can be used in science fiction, magic tricks, and everyday conversation.