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evidently

adverb ev·i·dent·ly \ˈe-və-dənt-lē, -ə-ˌdent-, especially for 2 often ˌev-ə-ˈdent-\

: in a way that can be easily seen or noticed : in an evident way

—used to describe something that appears to be true based on what is known

Full Definition of EVIDENTLY

1
:  in an evident manner :  clearly, obviously <any style … so evidently bad or second-rate — T. S. Eliot>
2
:  on the basis of available evidence <he was born…evidently in Texas — Robert Coughlan>
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Examples of EVIDENTLY

  1. Evidently you and I have different feelings on this issue.
  2. We seem to have different feelings on this issue. Evidently!

First Known Use of EVIDENTLY

1609

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