outward appearance

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Without the slightest outward appearance of agitation, she put the 'painful question' in these extraordinary words:
The good old chair, which still seemed to retain a due regard for outward appearance, then reminded him how long a time had passed since it had been provided with a new cushion.
he said, "since we first met, I have believed in your better nature, against all outward appearance.
Every moment of the man's waking life was filled with morbid thought of hatred--he had become mentally as he was physically in outward appearance, the personification of the blighting emotion of Hate.
Notwithstanding these secret jealousies and heart-burnings, the two parties maintained an outward appearance of civility, and for two days continued forward in company with some degree of harmony.
Francine listened with the outward appearance of implicit belief, and with the inward conviction that Emily was deliberately deceiving her.
Lady Carey was watching her, more composed, to all outward appearance, but with closely compressed lips, and boding gleam in her eyes.
Of her outward appearance I know no more than that she was like her mother.
And indeed in Johnson's outward appearance there was much of the bear.
Oddity as he was, in outward appearance, the Professor was, in that essential nature which no outward disguise could conceal, a thorough gentleman.
But the reform went deeper than mere outward appearance.
They had set me with my back against the wall, and I stood there, looking Silver in the face, pluckily enough, I hope, to all outward appearance, but with black despair in my heart.