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evident definition

  • adjective:
    • Easily seen or comprehended; obvious. See Synonyms at obvious.
    • demonstrably true by simple observance.
    • Clear into the vision; specially, obvious into comprehension, and satisfactory towards judgment
    • capable of becoming seen or noticed
    • demonstrably revealed toward head or even the senses or judgment
    • Effortlessly seen or grasped; apparent. See Synonyms at obvious.
    • Obviously real by simple observance.
    • Clear toward eyesight; specially, obvious into comprehension, and satisfactory to your view
    • with the capacity of becoming seen or seen
    • demonstrably uncovered into head or the senses or judgment
  • others:
    • clearly seen or thought of; manifest; obvious; basic: as, an evident mistake; it is evident which he took the wrong path.
    • demonstrably discernible or distinguishable; certain; indubitable: since, in entomology, an evident scutellum (which, one well-developed, or otherwise not hidden by other areas).
    • Furnishing research; conclusive.
    • Synonyms Clear, simple, an such like. (read manifest, a.); palpable, patent, unmistakable. See number under obvious.
    • Plainly seen or thought of; manifest; obvious; ordinary: as, an evident blunder; it is evident which he took the wrong course.
    • plainly discernible or distinguishable; certain; indubitable: since, in entomology, an evident scutellum (which, one well developed, or perhaps not hidden by other areas).
    • Furnishing proof; conclusive.
    • Synonyms Clear, Plain, an such like. (read manifest, a.); palpable, patent, unmistakable. See number under evident.
  • noun:
    • Something which serves as evidence; evidence; particularly, in Scots law, a writ or title-deed through which property is proved: a phrase utilized in conveyancing.
    • a thing that functions as research; research; specifically, in Scots legislation, a writ or title-deed wherein home is shown: a phrase utilized in conveyancing.
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