Origin of evince
synonym study for evince
OTHER WORDS FROM evincee·vin·ci·ble, adjectivenon·e·vin·ci·ble, adjectiveun·e·vinced, adjectiveun·e·vin·ci·ble, adjective
How to use evince in a sentence
The deal evinces what some media executives had already suspected.Future of TV Briefing: The ad-supported streaming war officially kicks off in 2021|Tim Peterson|January 13, 2021|Digiday
A quiet book set in a quiet village, “Pond” evinced an engrossingly ruminative interiority, though its plot and themes were practically latent.Emma Glass’s ‘Rest and Be Thankful’ powerfully describes what it means to be a health-care worker|Pete Tosiello|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
With MTV no longer a major way to promote artists, and the Internet evincing a crippling deflation, the metaphoric sky had fallen.
His replies were perfectly ingenuous, evincing nothing of the natural taciturnity and shyness of the Indian mind.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
He adds then a reflection, evincing that he was assimilating some of the philosophy of life as well as of fighting.The Life of Nelson, Vol. I (of 2)|A. T. (Alfred Thayer) Mahan
Reasons crowd in upon the mind, evincing that the question must be answered by an unqualified negative.A Letter on Shakspere's Authorship of The Two Noble Kinsmen|William Spalding
She met me in the hall, her eyes flashing, but her manner evincing more tenderness than I had ever before witnessed in it.
The prisoners heard the verdict without evincing the least emotion, or the slightest change of countenance.The History of the Catnach Press|Charles Hindley