The other obvious trend at the fair is also good for visitors: Some art is again affordable.
The tradeoff hardly seems worth the obvious problems with effectively asking industry to conduct their own inspections.
Canceling the conference may actually underscore an obvious divide within the church itself on the topic.
He Said: Yes, this pilot is just as obvious and unimaginative as its title.
A number of possibilities (beyond the obvious, which is that they actually happened that way).
Hugh strode about the room in obvious perturbation, his eyes bent on the ground.
Transcriber's Note on text: Some obvious errors have been corrected.
The relevance of this to the experience which we call "seeing the sun" is obvious.
He went on speaking with obvious enjoyment of the extent to which his knowledge reached.
It is obvious that where new words went, stories could also go, and very likely did go.
1580s, "frequently met with," from Latin obvius "that is in the way, presenting itself readily, open, exposed, commonplace," from obviam (adv.) "in the way," from ob "against" (see ob-) + viam, accusative of via "way" (see via). Meaning "plain to see, evident" is first recorded 1630s. Related: Obviously; obviousness.