Yet there are also signs of hope, evidences of intellectual openness and readiness for problem-solving.
And it is in conversation that you will ever give the chief proofs and evidences whether you do so or not.
evidences of heavy rainfall at certain times to be seen everywhere.
A store and evidences of a settlement meet the eye at a little distance.
This fact is sustained by evidences teeming upon us from every point of the compass.
It includes a careful perusal of Alfieri's writings and an examination into the evidences of the Christian religion.
But he was not to let her see the evidences of his agitation, lest she be frightened.
These are some of the evidences of improvement among us during the last few years which require no comment.
I directed Stanton's attention to evidences from military history.
Mr. Robarts himself was certain of it, and told himself that he knew it by evidences which his own education made clear to him.
c.1300, "appearance from which inferences may be drawn," from Old French evidence, from Late Latin evidentia "proof," originally "distinction, clearness," from Latin evidentem (see evident).
Meaning "ground for belief" is from late 14c., that of "obviousness" is 1660s. Legal senses are from c.1500, when it began to oust witness. As a verb, from c.1600. Related: Evidenced; evidencing.