#WordOfTheDay – Ostensible isn’t such a difficult word


Its Wednesday and as you already know on The Sparkle Writers Hub, we learn new words today. 

You man have seen this word but ignored it because it looked quite difficult. 

Ostensible is an adjective that means outwardly appearing as such; professed; pretended. 
For example. His ostensible cheerfulness concealed his sadness.
Ostensible can also mean apparent, evident, or conspicuous. 
Let’s look at this example.
The ostensible truth of his theories could not be ignored.
Here are a few words similar in meaning to ostensible . 
Apparent, avowed, alleged, claimed, declared, purposed, feigned, seeming, outward, surface, professed, supposed. 

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