as far as one knows or can see.
Using apparently: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "apparently" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
Apparently, he's not coming to the party.
She apparently didn't receive my message.
The company apparently went bankrupt last year.
apparently Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with apparently
The patient was apparently healthy, but further tests revealed a serious condition.
seeming to be illogical or without reason, but may have underlying logic or reason
His actions were apparently irrational, but he later explained his reasoning.
The suspect appeared to be apparently innocent, but further investigation revealed their involvement in the crime.
Origins of apparently
from Latin 'apparentem', meaning 'visible, manifest'
Summary: apparently in Brief
'Apparently' [əˈpærəntli] is an adverb that means 'as far as one knows or can see.' It is used to describe something that appears to be true based on the available evidence, but may not necessarily be so. Examples include 'Apparently, he's not coming to the party' and 'The company apparently went bankrupt last year.' The phrase 'apparently healthy' describes someone who appears to be in good health but may have underlying health issues.