/ˈɛv ɪ dənt li, -ˌdɛnt-;
ˌɛv ɪˈdɛnt li/
without question; clearly; undoubtedly
to all appearances; apparently:
they are evidently related
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Evidently the post is eagerly sought for when a vacancy occurs.
War is ugly, but its constraints evidently can beautify.
So evidently this is a decision that's taking place department by department.
Yes, evidently it is, but not in a way that supports the true secularist's argument.
Increased consumerism evidently comes at a steep price.
And moreover, this topic is not about global warming, as you evidently misunderstood in your visceral reaction.
Evidently the machine leaked a certain amount of radiation.
He had evidently committed suicide by shooting himself.
But evidently his hawkish instincts, for the moment, have got the better of him.
Yet the anonymous canine had evidently meant something to someone.
Evidently feeling threatened, the females prodded the silverback to charge.
There were a few more questions, but that was evidently the critical one.
He had three marriages-the last long and evidently happy-but no children of his own.
It was a pond, evidently spring-fed from beneath the sands.
Some kids evidently aren't interested in much and/or have a low tolerance for puzzling such things out.
Evidently you have no political insight to the future such as the professor does.
They have evidently all belonged to the same table service.
There are evidently plenty of clothes moths with academic tastes.
He was not careless-about them either, and evidently took a great interest.
He evidently made the commitment to you to go to small town for your career.
Her body was not rigid, and had evidently not been in the water many hours.
But evidently this isn't the only way to think about this question.
Most companies have evidently decided that pay cuts aren't worth the downside.
Not having read it as of yet, evidently there is a large number of individuals downloading said file.
Evidently there is no shortage of new ways to generate and evaluate drug candidates.
The empire style of dress is evidently gaining in popularity.
Evidently there is plenty of scope for further innovation in recycling.
The above three words convey a fact that requires evidently some explanation.
Evidently, the movie director was similarly inspired when he chose the store as a setting.
Evidently there are fewer band-tailed pigeons than there used to be, so they need all the help they can get.
Evidently, years of misuse and overuse had made the land unproductive.
The freedom of the mountains evidently means freedom from other people.
However, evidently it takes more than the league's leading goal scorer to secure a playoff position.
He had evidently read none of our living authors, and seemed scarcely acquainted by name with our younger statesmen.
It is evidently not our modern hyacinth that is here described.
Quite evidently also the exact course of social evolution in the distant future cannot be foreseen.
The letter was not a reprimand in direct terms, but it was evidently as much felt as though it had been one.
He is evidently at a sort of watershed, looking before and after-but especially after-at his own work.
The place was all a huge barrack, and evidently had been for weeks, from the look of the floor and walls.
It was a fair-sized dragon, but evidently an old one.
Evidently, it is not the action about which the author primarily cares.
The straight, direct thing was not their way evidently.
Their principled position is evidently no match for parochialism and politics.
It is also, self-evidently, a distant dream rather than a manifesto for practical politics.
Evidently, the relationship between technological advance and employment is complicated.
Transposing words or names from one language or alphabet into another is evidently an inexact science.
Those who voted for him were evidently more concerned with the economy.
Evidently, all applicants for new licences or renewals will be obliged to provide a wireless service.
Evidently some people are prepared to lie to a monk for the sake of beer.
He can evidently crank out papers quickly and make quite a bit of money doing so.
Evidently, your own loss of faith caused you to overstate the cases of science having gone wrong.
Evidently the notion that he made it on his own is important to him.
Evidently, nobody took any of this into account-an oversight that amounts to a big failure of leadership.
Exacting standards-it seems fair to term him a control freak-evidently made him a poor team player.
Evidently, he prizes fruit: there is now a national holiday commemorating local melons.
Politics evidently doesn't stop at the water's edge.
The pertinent mode of laxity cannot be equated, evidently, with simple carelessness or inattention to detail.
Evidently the museum itself is being expanded so many galleries were closed.
As the sole prize now attainable, its value has evidently shot up.
Evidently, private insurers have not been able to prevent these significant price increases.
The train, evidently, has not brought prosperity to this place.
Some advertisers of food are evidently chronic dyspeptics, and take it for granted that all others are in the same condition.
Evidently, human activity enables invasive species to get established in any kind of ecosystem.
Evidently, this new-found acceleration cannot be explained by our present understanding.
Evidently, he does not, judging from his behaviour in driving animals to extinction and exhausting his supply of materials.
The so-called experimental aircraft made a successful touchdown, but that's when things evidently went wrong.
So, evidently, is this article as can be seen by the accompanying triumphant picture above.
Evidently, larger and more complex brains should never be confused with intelligence, or wisdom.
Evidently, early members of the kangaroo clade became specialised for life on the ground.
Theta rhythm was evidently essential for hippocampal function, which in turn was essential for memory.
Evidently the axons from the eyes were able to find the same parts of the brain that they had been linked to before the surgery.
Sleep involves a complex interplay of physiological processes in which melatonin evidently has an important role.
The trust doesn't have statistics to measure that success, but it evidently has no problem getting animals to mate.
Evidently clear and beautiful would be the obvious answers.
Evidently the number sense has an even longer evolutionary history than laughter.
Evidently a valve in the hydrazine system failed to open for some reason.
Evidently she had faith that something decisive would eventually come out of my mouth.
Evidently it is, so long as you pick the right metric.
And, evidently, his mysterious services are no longer required.
Something in me evidently resists, or wants to resist, joining any good-behavior club that will have me as a member.
Though evidently familiar with the layout of the museum, the thief made one crucial mistake in his planning.
He insisted that the insurgents were cowards who lacked values, when the opposite was evidently true.
The hierarchy evidently remains as fixed as it's ever been.
Evidently, he'd overcome his anxiety about the role.
Evidently, the elaborate traditions of royal protocol covered every contingency but this one.
It is evidently one million degrees inside the theater.
The speech was evidently the beginning of his national presidential campaign.
Evidently, some of his uncle's friends actually did want to meet him.
Ann was evidently quick to roll her eyes at the conventions of the society around her.
The continuation of a real relationship was evidently unthinkable.
Cavalieri does not argue that the rights of birds and mammals can be derived from self-evidently true moral premises.
He was evidently able to rise above the pressure of convention where the music called for it.
He evidently had no idea of who was representative and who was not.
What she's running for is not yet clear, but she's evidently running for something.
All three letter-writers evidently admire their former boss.
They evidently evolved from well-camouflaged species that must have forsaken their protective coloring.
The paper evidently ceased publication during that year.
Evidently it disappeared soon thereafter with the rest of the fort buildings.
Geisel evidently enjoyed drawing architecturally elaborate objects.
The craze evidently is dying out fast and in a few months it will be forgotten.