evident[ ev-i-duhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF evident
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVIDENT
Philippe had turned with evident distress toward the latter.
There was no one in sight, but it was evident that a party from an American ship had visited the island.
But I can always stop when it is evident that I shall cause pain to somebody.
Grace and a miracle had made the startling fact palpable and evident.
That it is one tree seems to be evident from the growth of the bark only on the outside.
His oration was lengthy and his eulogy spoken with evident emotion.
It was evident that, in other seasons, this place was a sheet of water.
He had been told nothing of the cause of his parents' evident misery.
But in its second purpose, the real value of soup is evident.
It was evident that Dick perceived the futility of argument.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EVIDENT
- big as life
- clear cut
- crystal clear
- make no bones
- open and shut
- out in the open
- under one's nose
- clear as a bell
- in evidence
- standing out