Evident - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈevɪdənt|  American pronunciation of the word evident
Brit.  |ˈɛvɪd(ə)nt|  British pronunciation of the word evident

adjective

- clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment(syn: apparent, manifest, palpable, patent, plain, unmistakable)

evident hostility

- capable of being seen or noticed(syn: discernible, observable)

a clearly evident erasure in the manuscript

Examples

She spoke with evident anguish about the death of her son.

The problems have been evident for quite some time.

It is evident to me.

It was evident that she was unhappy.

It soon became evident that she was seriously ill.

It was clearly evident that the company was in financial difficulties.

It was evident to me that he was not telling the truth.

The growing popularity of the subject is evident in the numbers of students wanting to study it.

Bob ate his lunch with evident enjoyment.

a clearly evident erasure in the manuscript

The fusion of different cultural influences is evident in her sculpture.

...blushed and lowered her eyes in evident discomfiture...

Even if we discount the hyperbole evident in such accounts, they were far from inventions.

...his thirst for knowledge is evident in his book-filled house...

A sharp division of opinion was evident among the members.

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