adjective. ['ˈɛvədənt'] clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment.
Words that Rhyme with Evident
Example sentences of the word evident
Allow the area to dry and repeat this process if any remaining stains are evident.
Quotes containing the word evident
1. In a very real sense not one of us is qualified, but it seems that God continually chooses the most unqualified to do his work, to bear his glory. If we are qualified, we tend to think that we have done the job ourselves. If we are forced to accept our evident lack of qualification, then there's no danger that we will confuse God's work with our own, or God's glory with our own.
- Madeleine L'Engle, Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art
2. When I read obituaries I always note the age of the deceased. Automatically I relate this figure to my own age. Four years to go, I think. Nine more years. Two years and I'm dead. The power of numbers is never more evident than when we use them to speculate on the time of our dying.
- Don DeLillo, White Noise
3. The gods are fond of the cryptic and dislike the evident.
- Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love
adjective. evident without proof or argument.
- taken for granted
- evident (English)
- self- (English)
adjective. ['ˈɛvədənt'] capable of being seen or noticed.