self-evident

[ self-ev-i-duhnt, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-evident

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The volunteers laughed as Stoliker mentioned this self-evident fact.

It is not a truth, self-evident, that all men are created equal.

In so far as actions are voluntary, the doctrine is self-evident.

This being a self-evident proposition, we shall not enlarge upon it.

Is it not self-evident that your safety altogether depends upon the sea?

It is self-evident, however, that such a custom could not be satisfactory to Brorson.

That all men are created equal is still a truth held to be self-evident.

They are thought to be so self-evident that they may be taken for granted.

State facts that are right and truthful, and are so plain that the truth will be self-evident.

That there must be a new schoolhouse was a self-evident fact.

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