Synonym: apparently, manifestly, obviously, patently, plain, plainly. Similar words: evident, diffidently, evidence, provident, impudently, improvident, preponderance of evidence, providence. Meaning: ['evɪdəntlɪ] adv. unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly').
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1. She was evidently a heavy smoker.
2. She evidently dresses for comfort.
3. He has evidently mistaken me.
4. Evidently, he has fallen in love with Miss Green.
5. She walked slowly down the road, evidently in pain.
6. The army evidently fears that, under him, its activities would be severely circumscribed.
7. They were evidently trying to frighten the public into obedience.
8. The man wore a bathrobe and had evidently just come from the bathroom.
9. Alan was irritable, and very evidently in a nervy state.
10. He came to the door, evidently just roused from his bed.
11. She was evidently upset by what she saw.
12. He was born evidently in London.
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13. Evidently he has decided to leave.
14. Evidently this information clinched the matter.
15. Evidently, the builders had finished and gone home early.
16. Evidently we have to hitch a passing car.
17. A truck had evidently collided with a car.
18. He was evidently a rude, unpleasant child.
19. He was evidently too tired to go any further.
20. He was evidently in pain.
21. The two Russians evidently knew each other.
22. He was evidently upset by the news of the accident.
23. My presence in his sanctum was evidently esteemed a piece of impudence too shameful for remark.
24. From childhood, he was evidently at once rebellious and precocious.
25. They were evidently rationalizing.
26. He evidently hated maths at school, so it's amazing he became an accountant!
27. Evidently, she had nothing to do with the whole affair.
28. I didn't think Charlie's parents would like me, but evidently I pass muster.
29. She should have been here two hours ago so she's evidently decided not to come after all.
30. His claim about the number of people killed in the spring forest fire was evidently overstated.
More similar words: evident, diffidently, evidence, provident, impudently, improvident, preponderance of evidence, providence, gently, intently, recently, silently, urgently, fervently, violently, apparently, currently, presently, inherently, frequently, insolently, reverently, diligently, innocently, vehemently, subsequently, obediently, permanently, prominently, presciently.