To show or demonstrate clearly; manifest: evince distaste by grimacing. (verb-transitive)
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Use "evince" in a sentence
"The craving for "the return of day," which the sick so constantly evince, is generally nothing but the desire for light, the remembrance of the relief which a variety of objects before the eye affords to the harassed sick mind."
"How many, who are called Christians, do by these sin evince that they are still under the reign and dominion of sin, still in the condition that they were born in."
"His writings in general play, not printed, called evince a sound understanding, a Gay (f Warwicke."