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- obvious (adj.)
- 1580s, "frequently met with," from Latin obvius "that is in the way, presenting itself readily, open, exposed, commonplace," from obviam (adv.) "in the way," from ob "against" (see ob-) + viam, accusative of via "way" (see via). Meaning "plain to see, evident" is first recorded 1630s. Related: Obviously; obviousness.
- 1. The ideological divisions between the parties aren't always obvious.
- 2. She persevered in her idea despite obvious objections raised by friends.
- 3. It's obvious that you need more time to think.
- 4. She's made it obvious that she's appalled by me.
- 5. As an exercise in stating the obvious, this could scarcely be faulted.
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