SWAP more evident IN A SENTENCE

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His own views of the Creator seem to me to be a more evident degeneration.

As we degenerate, the contrast between us and our house is more evident.

But there is nothing in which the power of circumstances is more evident than in politics.

The effect of alertness which he always produced was more evident now than ever.

Young ducks could hardly have a more evident hankering after the water.

Nothing had been more evident to him than that Philip was in love with his cousin.

This made it yet more evident that they had collected with evil intentions.

The intervention of the stranger was more evident than ever.

In nothing was this more evident than in Southern religious life.

The plan in an argument may be more evident than in exposition.