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anabiosis a returning to life after death or apparent death; resuscitation.
ascendant in astrology, the point in the earth's orbit intersecting with the apparent path of the sun, or the sign of the zodiac rising in the east, at the time of an event such as one's birth. [1/4 definitions]
bottomless without apparent limit; fathomless; endless. [1/3 definitions]
buzzword a fashionable, short-lived word or phrase that originates either in media use or in a specialized group, and that is intended to impress or exclude the hearer, because of its apparent profundity or significance.
casual displaying apparent or real indifference. [1/6 definitions]
catch a flaw or drawback, often one that is not readily apparent. [1/18 definitions]
Circadian rhythm the approximately 24-hour cycle apparent in plants and animals that regulates hormone production, cell regeneration, sleeping and feeding patterns, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
collective of a noun, singular in its apparent form but denoting a group of things or persons. [1/4 definitions]
Coriolis effect the apparent deflection of moving objects as observed from a rotating frame of reference due to the force created by the rotating frame.
credibility gap an apparent disagreement between purported and actual facts. [1/2 definitions]
crescent increasing, as the moon increases in apparent size in its first quarter. [1/5 definitions]
demonstrable apparent; obvious. [1/2 definitions]
dialectic the art or practice of logical analysis and argument, esp. in revealing and resolving real or apparent contradictions. [1/6 definitions]
die-hard stubbornly clinging to a cause, hope, allegiance, or the like, despite its apparent futility. [1/2 definitions]
disclose to make visible or apparent. [1/2 definitions]
Doppler effect the apparent shift in frequency of waves, as of sound or light, if the source and receptor are in motion relative to each other. The frequency appears to become greater if they move closer and become less if they move apart.
dormant latent or not apparent but nonetheless present. [1/5 definitions]
ecliptic the apparent path of the sun, as seen from the earth against the background stars. [1/3 definitions]
emerge to become apparent or evident. [1/3 definitions]
face value the apparent worth of something. [1/2 definitions]
freak1 extraordinary or without apparent cause. [1/4 definitions]