appear (v.) Old form(s): appear'd , appeare
be plain, become apparent
Cor I.ii.22[Aufidius to all, of their plans] which in the hatching, / It seemed, appeared to Rome
Cor IV.iii.9[Volsce to Roman] your favour is well appeared by your tongue [F reading]
H5 I.ii.88[Canterbury to King Henry, of claimants to the French throne] all appear / To hold in right and title of the female
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