self-evidently

ADVERB
  1. in a self-evident manner
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How To Use self-evidently In A Sentence

  • It is a performance that convinces you it is wrong to play the part as though the men's perceptions of her as a destructive fascinator were self-evidently correct.
  • The task was self-evidently impossible.
  • The man looked at her as if the question were self-evidently absurd as well as insolent. IN LOVE AND WAR
  • We agree that self-evidently New India was not an original party and there is no basis upon which it could be held that there was any novation or transfer to New India of the rights and obligations of the insured under the Club Rules.
  • Any growth in unemployment is self-evidently a matter of extreme seriousness.
  • Truman had unprecedented power at his fingertips and a program for the world that he believed was self-evidently good.
  • His point is so completely and self-evidently stupid that I can't even be bothered to point out… nope, I can't be bothered.
  • Language is a social institution of a kind; and self-evidently it is open to all sorts of change.
  • It is extraordinary that such self-evidently preposterous claims can be taken seriously by anybody.
  • The writing enterprise seemed to me self-evidently a desperate one, and though my mother and I - both only children – had been desperate enough to undertake it, I thought my children, raised in a gentler, undepressed, gregarious world, would seek out less chancy and more orthodox professions. 2009 January | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS
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