verb (used without object)
- appeal play,
- appear as,
- appearance money,
Origin of appear
Examples from the Web for reappear
Using both my real name and a Wikipedia handle, I deleted the assertion from the article, only to watch it reappear.
“I would disappear in a puff of smoke and then reappear,” a former Dorothy recalled during her return to the Land of Oz.
Instantly, nearly $7 billion in value disappeared, only to reappear over the next several minutes.
“They can disappear and reappear in an instant,” said one man who has travelled with the Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).No Quick Fix For Mali: French Troops Can’t End Crisis|William Lloyd George|January 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Xi may reappear at any moment, putting some (though not all) the rumors to rest.China Roiled by Rumors and Questions About Absent Heir Apparent Xi Jinping|Melinda Liu|September 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Each of these is the Mecca of a thousand desires, and faces beam with pleasure when they reappear.The Vitalized School|Francis B. Pearson
They shouted and shouted for her to reappear, but I was sick that night, and Georgia was in a hurry to get home, and would not go.The Actress' Daughter|May Agnes Fleming
He perceived that the phaen had aer head in a cavity and was scrutinising something, and waited for aer to reappear.A Voyage to Arcturus|David Lindsay
That something was wrong they did not doubt, and they waited impatiently for the supercargo to reappear with his brown book.Dave Porter in the South Seas|Edward Stratemeyer
I began again shortly afterward, and was much surprised to see it reappear, and take its old position.Anecdotes of Animals|Unknown
Word Origin for appear
late 13c., "to come into view," from stem of Old French aparoir (12c., Modern French apparoir) "appear, come to light, come forth," from Latin apparere "to appear, come in sight, make an appearance," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + parere "to come forth, be visible," from PIE root *per- "to bring forth" (see pare). Of persons, "present oneself," late 14c. Meaning "seem, have a certain appearance" is late 14c. Related: Appeared; appearing.