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  • Even when they do, where they lead may not be obvious.
  • It soon became obvious that it was too small for their needs.
  • This is most obvious in the construction of the walls around the fields.
  • Just meeting a few children should make that obvious enough.
  • The reason for this has not been determined, and does not have an obvious answer.
  • It was obvious through each of their playing that they admired one another.
  • She even demands that her mother grade her for no obvious reason.
  • It does not have any obvious effect on the appearance of the Moon.
  • Although the player is given little instruction, the house provides an obvious point of interest.
  • Using it for such rules makes the relationship between the result of the rule and the environment obvious.
  • Some features need not be specifically mentioned as their presence or absence is obvious from another feature.
  • The more obvious ones are listed below and most have more detailed articles.
  • It was so obvious he was in love with her.
  • On the other hand, other properties, such as being good and being right, are not so obvious.
  • Even when the influence is not so obvious, James can cast a powerful spell.
  • This is the second least obvious power, but the most effective.
  • However, it does have several obvious problems for people to communicate with others.
  • The other large branch where obvious economic and social consequences were brought about, was that of construction.
  • Such works are novel and not obvious to others skilled in the same field.
  • I think it's pretty obvious to anyone watching what he's been doing.
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Meaning of obvious

  • adjective Easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind
    obvious errors