obviousness

NOUN
  1. the property of being easy to see and understand
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  • Likewise, the Tarzan-like sequences of Lila and the apeman, dubbed "Puff," swinging through the trees in pursuit of one another against a patently artificial rear projection backdrop whose retro obviousness is a throwback to classic Hollywood aesthetics. Archive 2008-12-01
  • I have to acknowledge the obviousness because it's not the object per se that is the subject of the work, but the idea that created it.
  • The obviousness of the lie was embarrassing.
  • Some weeks ago, rooting around in files of old clippings and correspondence, I made a discovery of astonishing obviousness and triviality.
  • That which is truly outrageous tends to have the quality of obviousness.
  • There was also the social contact issue - men in a field made more "clubbable" contacts with each other ... which they then drew on for mutual invitations ... no conscious discrimination, but just the instinctive obviousness of getting hold of x or y or asking them for recommendations, usually also male. Life and style | guardian.co.uk
  • It is a long way from the plaints of George Horton to the invectives of Claude McKay, from the obviousness of Frances Harper to the complexness of Anne Spencer. Preface
  • All you'll get is a blank look, despite the apparent obviousness of the question and the Happy Meal photos above the counter.
  • Francis smiled agreement, irritated by the obviousness of his answer.
  • I enjoyed The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile, but the minor weaknesses in those films - their occasional obviousness, patness, and preachiness - blossom into the defining characteristics of The Majestic.
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