[ UK /ˈɒbvɪəs/ ]
[ US /ˈɑbviəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind
    obvious errors
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How To Use obvious In A Sentence

  • It wasn't just the obvious favouritism towards their own daughter that ticked him off either, that wasn't even the beginning of it.
  • She's obviously much more interested in the process than in the finished work.
  • There are, true, a few tonal changes: the jokes are jokier, the touches of malice heavier, and she revels more obviously than before in the playfulness she brings to her performances. What Sarah Palin Doesn't Know
  • VARIOUS LEATHER PICTURE, It's a high classic decoration , made by hand, use nature color and veins of leather to make design, it shows obvious stereoscopy like relief sculpture but softly .
  • Another friend showed his great sense of humor in dealing with the obvious statements.
  • Obviously, Roosevelt was feeling his way and assuring his nomination in 1904.
  • Family dislocation has obvious social and emotional costs, especially for the children who lose a parent and often a source of income.
  • It was so obvious they have had contact since NZ and this was a scripted farce to deter us from the fact that Jason Mesnick the most hated man in America and his ice princess walk of shamer Molly WERE CHEATING. Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
  • Of course what is small will inevitably vary greatly according to the circumstances and to say that a curtilage is a small area is obviously not to provide any precise test of identification.
  • The two merchants didn't look entirely pleased to have the players mooching off of their business, but it was obvious to the eyes of an outsider that the music was actually attracting customers.
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