Word – Evince
Evince – Word of the day
reveal the presence of (a quality or feeling); indicate.
History dates back to the late 18th century. Debated of French and Latin origin.
From French evincer and Latin evincere.
Verb examples – evince:
1. She evinced great happiness on seeing the golden watch.
2. The magician entertained the children. But they evinced no excitement.
3. The policeman evinced great compassion on the thief who admitted his crime.
4. Much to the disappointment of the teacher, the students evinced no interest in learning.
5. The scientist designed many experiments to evince that his theory was right.
6. The budget evinces no sympathy for the middle class.
7. This medicine evinces the power of herbal treatment.
8. The scan evinces that she has arterial blocks.
9. The announcement evinced that the government is keen on war.
10. The strike evinces that the people are dissatisfied.
Adjective examples – evincible:
1. The theory is evincible
2. There were no evincible reforms in the health sector.
3. It was evincible from the experiment that the theory of gravity exists.
4. It is evincible that the new bike introduced consumes less fuel.
5. There is an evincible connection between lymphoma and carcinoma.
6. The party lost the elections due to evincible flaws in their system.
7. Unless it is evincible, your findings will remain a hypothesis.
8. It is not clearly evincible that their ancestors lived in the forests.
9. Lack of vitamin A will have evincible effects on the skin.