How to use At-first-glance in a sentence

at-first-glance
  • An overall very pretty color selection makes the collection attractive at first glance.

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  • This may be a small error not easily detected at first glance.

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  • The Gucci logo is king, and a trained eye will be able to determine if it's real or fake almost at first glance.

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  • The internet savvy know that the best broadband deals are not necessarily the cheapest at first glance.

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  • The Internet savvy know that the best broadband deals are not necessarily the cheapest at first glance.

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  • Also located in this room was a bright yellow roadster coupe, which at first glance looked like a fairly standard Brabus model.

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  • Most print rugs have a tight weave, so unless you examine the rug closely, you may not be able to tell at first glance that it's a printed pattern instead of a woven one.

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  • Besides their aesthetic beauty, most cosmetics don't reveal much about themselves- at least not at first glance.

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  • Mixing brown satin fabric with a touch of Mossy Oak material makes it hard to notice the dress is camouflage at first glance.

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  • Look carefully -- some places are much more reasonable than others, and a place that includes wrapping or boxing may end up saving you money even if at first glance the cost is higher.

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  • Other celebs you may or may not recognize at first glance include Pamela Anderson, Sharon Stone, Leonardo DiCaprio, Snoop Dogg, Robin Williams, Madonna, Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas, Eminem and Cher.

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  • One overarching defense of fluffy lace fashion is that in many ways infant girls remain indistinguishable from infant boys at first glance.

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  • It can seem difficult to find a color for a space at first glance.

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  • Wool bedding in summer seems downright torturous at first glance.

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  • The difference been casual denim and trouser jeans is quite evident at first glance.

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  • Because the exterior appearance of Airstream trailers has remained consistent over the years, at first glance it can be difficult to tell the age of a particular camper.

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  • Tech Reviews adds smartphones as they're released and doesn't categorize them at first glance by price, cell phone service provider, or anything else.

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  • To that end, beach towels may seem a bit more costly at first glance simply by virtue of their unique styles.

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  • However, with a little bit of study, they may find that the rules are simpler than they may appear at first glance.

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  • If you put people without design skills on a web site design committee, you're likely to end up with a lot of ideas that seem great at first glance but that will not work in reality.

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  • While at first glance this program appears valuable only for students traveling to foreign countries, there are many discounts available locally that can be had with this internationally recognized student ID card.

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  • Make sure the memo appears easy-to-read at first glance and that the information included is conveyed in a user-friendly manner.

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  • The top portion of a cheerleading uniform is the most attention getting at first glance because it bears the team logo.

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  • A long arm quilting machine at first glance looks a lot like a conventional sewing machine, and the actual quilting mechanism is rather similar.

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  • You can also find kettlebell workouts for a beginner that are designed more for women, which may prove less intimidating at first glance.

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  • I was walking from the opposite direction so everything looked backwards at first glance.

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  • In the middle of the queen's throne was a low stone box she mistook at first glance to be the world's most uncomfortable lumbar support.

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  • But there is one piece of evidence that at first glance seems persuasive.

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