With MTV no longer a major way to promote artists, and the Internet evincing a crippling deflation, the metaphoric sky had fallen.
Cutter began tumbling out upon the floor an assortment of clothing, evincing little respect for the Mexican's finery.
The prince only seemed happy in evincing his affection toward me.
The Biblical monition that, in evincing a generous hospitality, we may sometimes entertain angels unawares, seems to me in point.
Just as he had thought, Sophy was evincing rashness in its most aggravated form.
They took the scent into the heart of it, evincing great eagerness.
Far from evincing any ferocity towards his master's foes, he danced about with a joyous bark, evidently considering it famous fun.
The other incident to which I have alluded as evincing suspicion on the part of the Baron, was as follows.
The designs themselves are very simple and even rude, evincing very little knowledge of the principles of modern art.
Usually as chary of his sympathies as of his gold, he astonished every one by evincing an abnormal interest in the strikers.
c.1600, "disprove, confute," from French évincer "disprove, confute," from Latin evincere "conquer, elicit by argument, prove," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + vincere "overcome" (see victor).
Meaning "show clearly" is late 18c. Not clearly distinguished from evict until 18c. Related: Evinced; evinces; evincing.