evidently

[ ev-i-duh nt-lee, -dent-; for emphasis ev-i-dent-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF evidently

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVIDENTLY

She evidently preferred facing any danger to parting with her child.

War is a rough teacher, but it is evidently the only one for the Continent.

It was evidently changed by the vicinity of the larger river.

She was evidently addressing Mr. Roberts, but she looked at Flossy.

It had not occurred to him to try to mislead her, but she evidently did not understand.

Evidently a new plan must be devised if every body is to be satisfied.

Smithson repeated, evidently somewhat disturbed by the information.

The soliloquy and aside are evidently not so frequent in New Comedy.

He paused, evidently expectant of laudatory corroboration from the secretary.

He was looking directly at Gracie, and the nods were evidently intended for her.

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