One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Noticeable; conspicuous.‘his dramatic flair is still very much in evidence’
noticeable, conspicuous, obvious, perceptible, perceivable, visible, on view, on display, easily seen, easily noticed, plain to seeView synonyms
- ‘But on the night we visited it was well below zero, and there were no youngsters in evidence.’
- ‘Its Victorian heritage is in evidence in the grand frontages that line the sea front and perch on the chalky cliffs.’
- ‘Then the grasshoppers and other fair weather insects will be in evidence.’
- ‘The fun aspect of the event was very much in evidence as the children did their best to get dressed up for the day.’
- ‘At the counter the man who had sold me Tokyo was no longer in evidence; no doubt he had been instantly promoted.’
- ‘Heavy rainfall was experienced over a few days and hailstone was also in evidence.’
- ‘All those familiar dimensions of the overnight stay were soon in evidence.’
- ‘Since the stock market crash of 2000, the star fund managers are less in evidence.’
- ‘That desire was strongly in evidence in a Gaullist France even during the Cold War.’
- ‘Indeed family atmosphere is very much in evidence as one walks around the Institute.’
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