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unapparent

(ˌʌnəˈpærənt)
adj
not apparent, obvious, or visible
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Adj.1.unapparent - not readily apparentunapparent - not readily apparent; "the answer was at first unapparent"
unobvious - not immediately apparent; "in mathematical science connections are exhibited which...are extremely unobvious"- A.N.Whitehead
References in classic literature ?
Consider the subtleness of the sea; how its most dreaded creatures glide under water, unapparent for the most part, and treacherously hidden beneath the loveliest tints of azure.
And the great Light of Day yet wants to run Much of his Race though steep, suspens in Heav'n Held by thy voice, thy potent voice he heares, And longer will delay to heare thee tell His Generation, and the rising Birth Of Nature from the unapparent Deep: Or if the Starr of Eevning and the Moon Haste to thy audience, Night with her will bring Silence, and Sleep listning to thee will watch, Or we can bid his absence, till thy Song End, and dismiss thee ere the Morning shine.
The mighty heaven," said Proclus, "exhibits, in its transfigurations, clear images of the splendor of intellectual perceptions; being moved in conjunction with the unapparent periods of intellectual natures.
Healing from this stuck and limiting place requires a novel approach, a new and unapparent way of being.
10) Because clotting factors are in reserve, brodifacoum toxicosis does not typically exhibit clinically in exposed animals until 3-5 days after ingestion, with changes in prothrombin time and activated partial thromboplastin time times being unapparent for 36-48 hours.
A couple of previous studies showed that the effect of contrast medium on imaging parameters was unapparent and did not reach statistical significance (22, 23); therefore, our results were not likely to be influenced by the timing of contrast agent injection.
5] Leptospirosis is a disease of apparent to unapparent illness with non-specific presentations affecting multiple organs and causing death.
Dental healthcare workers skin could transiently carry potential pathogens coming from the environment and the use of gloves does not automatically eliminate the need for hand washing, because gloves can have unapparent defects or can be torn during use, due to sharp equipment, widespread in dental healthcare.
3,27) In the gallbladder, it has become clear that many gallbladder cancers are clinically and grossly unapparent," making the establishment of proper grossing protocols and adequate sampling crucial.
Upon completion of the OHE procedure, the abdominal cavity was inspected under reduced abdominal pressure to identify eventual mild or unapparent bleeding sites during pneumoperitoneum (BRUN et al.
At age 30 and over, the PADAM syndrome becomes apparent by slight, almost unapparent, declines in male characteristics.