Evident

Ev'i·dent adjective [ French évinent , l. evidens , -entis ; e out + videns , present participle of videre to see. See Vision .] Clear to the vision; especially, clear to the understanding, and satisfactory to the judgment; as, the figure or color of...
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evident

Clear to the vision; especially, clear to the understanding, and satisfactory to the judgment; as, the figure or colour of a body is evident to the senses; the guilt of an offender can not always be made evident. 'Your honor and your goodness is so evident.' (Shak) 'And in our faces evident the sings Of foul concupiscence.' (Milton) ... Synonym: Ma...
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Evident

• (a.) Clear to the vision; especially, clear to the understanding, and satisfactory to the judgment; as, the figure or color of a body is evident to the senses; the guilt of an offender can not always be made evident.
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evident

evident Etymologically related 'look, see, view, visible, vision' word families: blep-; -orama; pheno-; scopo-; spec-.
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Evident

(Ger. evident) In Husserl: Both evidence and the object of evidence are called 'evident'. -- D.C.
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evident

clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
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