Simple Definition of evince
: to show (something) clearly
Examples of evince
She evinced an interest in art at an early age.
<the teenager caught shoplifting seemed to evince no remorse>
Origin of evince
Latin evincere to vanquish, win a point, from e- + vincere to conquer — more at victor
First Known Use: 1604
Synonym Discussion of evince
show, manifest, evidence, evince, demonstrate mean to reveal outwardly or make apparent. show is the general term but sometimes implies that what is revealed must be gained by inference from acts, looks, or words <careful not to show his true feelings>. manifest implies a plainer, more immediate revelation <manifested musical ability at an early age>. evidence suggests serving as proof of the actuality or existence of something <a commitment evidenced by years of loyal service>. evince implies a showing by outward marks or signs <evinced not the slightest fear>. demonstrate implies showing by action or by display of feeling <demonstrated their approval by loud applause>.
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