evince

[ ih-vins ]SEE DEFINITION OF evince

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVINCE

Do they evince any proper estimate of the character of women?

I shall be happy, on every occasion, to evince my regard for the Fraternity.

Then, suddenly, he began to evince a great friendship for the Poissons.

Jerks at the reins only caused him to stamp and evince an inclination to turn around.

Then why don't you join them, and evince your interest in some practical way?

But why, he says to himself, does Mr. Snivel evince this anxiety to befriend me?

For the first time he seemed to evince interest in what she was saying.

"But he did not evince the slightest interest," she declares to Marcia.

I should be sincerely glad to evince my respect for his memory.

His wife, once merely indifferent, was beginning to evince malice.

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