evidently

[ev-i-duhnt-lee, -dent-; for emphasis ev-i-dent-lee]
adverb
obviously; apparently.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see evident, -ly


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evidently (ˈɛvɪdəntlɪ)
 
adv
1.  without question; clearly; undoubtedly
2.  to all appearances; apparently: they are evidently related

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evidently
late 14c., from evident + -ly (2).
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Example sentences
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.
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