Evidently [adverb]

Definition of Evidently:

apparently, clearly

Opposite/Antonyms of Evidently:

Sentence/Example of Evidently:

Ad hoc use by police of a commercial facial recognition database — with seemingly zero attention paid to local data protection law — evidently does not meet that bar.

The crash of the Sikorsky 76B helicopter last year involved both the left turn as well as the pilot evidently thinking he was climbing when he was in fact descending.

For example, imagine if a button tracks your mouse and jumps around whenever you get close to it, this is quite a self-evidently bad user experience, and this variable aims to capture this.

While certain clues suggest our universe is likely to be a flat one, it could be that it only seems flat, just as the Earth appears self-evidently flat when you’re standing on it.

It’s also, evidently, the kind of place where one designs autonomous drones to launch rockets.

It may be a tired old nostrum, but it’s never more self-evidently true than with food—a technological product that every human being relies on almost every single day.

This is after the evidently severe impact of Covid-19 on the lives of migrant workers.

She knows that a signified can have multiple signifiers, which means she can’t pretend that the signified and the signifier are just self-evidently the same thing.

This enables search engines to determine what your photo is showing, evidently improving your search engine rankings.

A distinguished-looking man, evidently vested with authority, bustled forward and addressed him, civilly enough.