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The servant had evidently touched intentionally on one of the master's sore points.

The Dead SecretWilkie Collins

She looked at him; he was evidently greatly distressed, a little out of breath, and he had just stopped blubbering.

Her taking of it began to seem to Artois, as it had evidently seemed to Gaspare, a fact of profound significance.

A Spirit in PrisonRobert Hichens

There is no direct charge conveyed by Mr. Knox, but there is evidently expressed the language of doubt and surmise.

This was a turn in the affair they had not anticipated, but they were evidently prepared to meet the emergency.

He evidently expected me to be surprised at this, and I was surprised.

Once Upon A TimeRichard Harding Davis

The chanter, evidently out of respect for Nekhludoff, wished to sweep around him, and thus it happened that he grazed Katiousha.

The AwakeningLeo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy

Evidently this hypothesis plunges us into mystery, at least as much as does the spiritualist hypothesis.

Captain Hobson, who had evidently not contemplated this contingency, expressed the hope that no such reaction would take place.

The Treaty of WaitangiT. Lindsay Buick

This woman was evidently quizzing him, so it behooved him to repay her in kind.

The PanchroniconHarold Steele Mackaye

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