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There are others who are more obvious, who really want to be an artist and be out in front and have something to offer.

In the first and more obvious place, they create the constituency for a Ted Cruz/Rand Paul insurgency candidacy.

One of the more obvious reasons is the price associated with owning and driving a car.

The more obvious problem is with trying to measure “racial” differentials in the first place.

Some of the proposed steps fall into the more obvious category.

The plan became more obvious as he calmly271 thought it out.

Some of the objections to this theory were obvious to Wolf himself—more obvious to him than to his followers.

And as the life becomes more of the intellect, this fact becomes more and more obvious, more and more dominating.

Her great natural beauty was, if not heightened, rendered more obvious by her attire.

The more obvious is it to me that although essentially the product of a grim and petrified environment, he himself was unique.


On this page you'll find 138 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to obvious, such as: accessible, clear, conspicuous, discernible, distinct, and evident.

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