“They can disappear and reappear in an instant,” said one man who has travelled with the Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).
Once rescued, banks will sit quietly on the sidelines, biding their time, until borrowers start to reappear.
Xi may reappear at any moment, putting some (though not all) the rumors to rest.
“I would disappear in a puff of smoke and then reappear,” a former Dorothy recalled during her return to the Land of Oz.
In time, I seek to assure my old Guardian friends, the Friday quiz will reappear, when the moment feels right.
Make every man equal to-day, and the old inequalities will reappear to-morrow.
She wished to reappear in the children of their child for ever.
They appear and reappear and continue to attract; but the regard changes, quits the sign and attaches to the substance.
For some reason unconscionably delaying, the landlady did not reappear.
A group does not reappear after it has once disappeared; or its existence, as long as it lasts, is continuous.
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.