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  1. evident without proof or argument
    an axiomatic truth
    we hold these truths to be self-evident
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How To Use self-evident In A Sentence

  • That point may seem self-evident to you, as it does to me, but it is not self-evident to everyone. Publishing
  • This was especially valuable at a time when curious currencies circulated freely throughout the Mediterranean, including coins of values that were not self-evident. The English Is Coming!
  • It was self-evident to her that anything so wonderful could not have evolved accidentally.
  • self-evident," since become awkward of acceptance, were ever thus pettifogged out of the path, and fundamental principles have in this way prescriptively been tampered with. "Imperialism" and "The Tracks of Our Forefathers"
  • Given the turbulent and often violent nature of the times, the reasons a writer might choose to reflect them through the medium of hard-boiled detective fiction might seem self-evident.
  • The implication is that it is somehow self-evident that anything so wonderful as this could not possibly have evolved by natural selection.
  • Now, whether it is a concession or whether it is self-evident, it is obvious people relied upon gas.
  • Self-evidently a handful of companies will benefit.
  • It is important to note that the definition of "neoclassical economics " is not perfectly self-evident. The Making of Neoclassical Economics
  • If you can reason from self-evident propositions and not contradict the laws of logic as you reason, anything you deduce can only be true.
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