Meaning of self-evidently in English:


Pronunciation /ˌsɛlfˈɛvɪdəntli/

Translate self-evidently into Spanish


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‘Where to draw the line, of course, is self-evidently difficult.’
  • ‘Last week there was outrage over an academic's self-evidently preposterous argument about English teachers and the re-election of the Howard government.’
  • ‘The hallmark of popular morality is its hostility to critical analysis because it makes certain propositions appear to be self-evidently true or in accord with the nature of things.’
  • ‘He expressed his ‘annoyance’ at the outcome, but is self-evidently proud of the way his players have reacted to adversity, once again not of their own making.’
  • ‘I am just self-evidently not a threat to anyone.’