Pronunciation of Appearance
/ɐpˈi͡əɹəns/, /ɐpˈiəɹəns/, /ɐ_p_ˈiə_ɹ_ə_n_s/
Synonyms for appearance:
ghost, matinee, premiere, conception, outburst, outbreak, lead-in, intro, closing argument, inception, outset, showstopper, event, onset, one-night stand, command performance, resurrection, imposition, spectacular, special pleading, visually, starting point, breeding ground, fly by, booking, birthplace, kickoff, commencement, flyover, reappear, pyrotechnics, deposition, renewal, habeas corpus, lead time, continuance, swan song, apprenticeship, Theatricals, pageant, institution, attendance, loom, jumping-off point, debut, first night, double feature, flying start, initiation, curtain raiser, double bill, beginning, resumption, continuation, externals, production, revival, Styling, floor show, opening night, emerge.
dawn, testimony, spark, performance, reflection, plea, recovery, character, gesture, birth, examination, resurface, garb, embryo, outline, rebirth, distribution, pretense, germ, honeymoon, happening, color, set piece, draw, exhibit, first base.
come out, surface.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
approach, advent, attainment, accomplishment, landing, reception, ingress, homecoming, fulfillment, return, landfall, entrance, achievement, arrival, welcome, touchdown, destination, debarkation, coming.
biblical revelation (noun)
disclosure, apocalypse, emergence, prophecy, gospel, issuance, discovery, oracle, revelation, evidence, apparition, Revealment, apotheosis, manifestation, epiphany, vision, materialization, inspiration.
coming into sight (noun)
mold, structure, physique, configuration, features, build.
mirror image (noun)
outward aspect, characteristic (noun)
outward show; pretense (noun)
Usage examples for appearance:
- I do not remember much about the appearance of the country. - "Old Jack", W.H.G. Kingston.
- None of the boys nor Tom Barnum ever had been inside the Brownell house before, although all were more or less familiar with its outer appearance. - "The Radio Boys with the Revenue Guards", Gerald Breckenridge.
- At that moment the door opened, and Uncle Lot made his appearance. - "The May Flower, and Miscellaneous Writings", Harriet Beecher Stowe.