Thesaurus / evince

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Teachers of singing at present evince an attitude of skepticism toward new theories of the vocal action.
I suppose it is; but this very supposition proves what I labour to evince.
THE EXISTENCE OF GODFRANCOIS DE SALIGNAC DE LA MOTHE- FENELON
Then, suddenly, he began to evince a great friendship for the Poissons.
L'ASSOMMOIREMILE ZOLA
She did not join in the discussions nor ask questions nor evince unusual intelligence or enjoyment, but she came every night.
VOCAL EXPRESSIONKATHERINE JEWELL EVERTS
These, with many other like records, evince their spirit in promoting the settlement of Georgia.
I think we evince a most impertinent familiarity with the house of God!
PREACHING AND PAGANISMALBERT PARKER FITCH
Beasts as docile as kittens take nuts from your hand, and evince disappointment when more are not forthcoming.
EAST OF SUEZFREDERIC COURTLAND PENFIELD
Our loss is inconsiderable, which the enclosed return will evince.
The evidence seems to indicate that some of the lower animals do evince such affection, as I will now endeavor to point out.
Those characteristics he continued to evince during the following night and in the morning of the eventful 18th.

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