evince evince  /ɪ ˈvɪns/


  • (v) give expression to



  1. A political candidate must evince genuine interest in not only the issues of his community, but also in those of the world.
  2. The parade through the capital evinced the might of the country.



  1. Louise Wise Services Inc.'s "conduct in connection with the adoption did not evince the high degree of moral turpitude required for punitive damages," Chief Judge Judith Kaye wrote in the 7-0 decision.
    on May 4, 2007 By: Judith Kaye Source: Forbes

  2. "This has now been several months. So when the Iranians now evince interest in the Russian proposal, one has to wonder if that isn't because they now face the prospect of referral to the Security Council," Rice said before the dinner meeting.
    on Jan 30, 2006 By: Condoleezza Rice Source: FOXNews

  3. "But I never asked for money. When Dr. Paul wanted that All India Congress Committee (AICC) President Sonia Gandhi be invited to the orphanage, I spoke to her but she did not evince any interest," said Reddy.
    on Jun 8, 2007 By: YS Rajasekhara Reddy Source: Indian Muslims

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furtive furtive
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