- v. Simple past tense and past participle of evince.
“I think McCain evinced much more bipartisanship during the campaign than Obama.”
“He did not mention that Mr. McCain evinced little of his bipartisan side during the presidential campaign.”
“Flesch, and Lisa Marie Rhody for the technical support that made the interviews possible; to Jeanne Bloom for her gracious hospitality and Daniel and Julian Flesch for their patience during the interview in New Haven; and to Geoffrey Hartman and Harold Bloom for the uncommon generosity and openness, intellectual and otherwise, that they evinced from the beginning to the end of this project.”
“The long sigh he released around the word evinced his relief over finally getting the confession off his chest.”
“Nearly all, in short, evinced a predilection for the Good Creature in some of its various shapes, for this is a vice to which, as Fast Day sermons of a hundred years ago will testify, we have a long hereditary claim.”
“Nor was it confined to these ebullitions; for besides crushing a bandbox, with a bonnet in it, he seriously damaged Mr Pecksniff's luggage, by ardently hauling it down from the top of the house; and in short evinced, by every means in his power, a lively sense of the favours he had received from that gentleman and his family.”
“Nothing, in short, evinced to the august visitors any symptom of a reverse of fortune, such as they had been led to expect, in the position and circumstances of Marie de Medicis.”
“Instead of the elegant simplicity which once characterized this sweet secluded retreat, an air of voluptuousness reigned in every quarter: the paintings, the artfully concealed recesses in which the sofas were placed, the mirrors — all, in short, evinced a taste repugnant to the nicer feelings of true female delicacy — all breathed a fascinating influence, rather calculated to derange the virtuous sensations of the heart, rather than to render them more permanent.”
“3 — The constant sense of the word evinced — Dikaioō, use of it in other authors, to punish — What it is in the New Testament, Matt.xi. 19; xii.”
“Mr Pecksniff’s luggage, by ardently hauling it down from the top of the house; and in short evinced, by every means in his power, a lively sense of the favours he had received from that gentleman and his family.”
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