How to use appar. in a sentence
Appar′entness; Heir′-appar′ent, applied to one who will undoubtedly inherit if he survives the present possessor.
The local king was a Jain, and was at first enraged with Appar for his fervent support of his new faith.Castes and Tribes of Southern India | Edgar Thurston
It had me good an' tight, and appar'ntly meant to enjoy my company fer a spell.Bert Wilson in the Rockies | J. W. Duffield
He was an adversary of the Jains and Appar is said to have been persecuted by the Buddhists.Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3) | Charles Eliot