obvious (Meaning)

Wordnet

obvious (a)

easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind

Webster

obvious (a.)

Opposing; fronting.

Exposed; subject; open; liable.

Easily discovered, seen, or understood; readily perceived by the eye or the intellect; plain; evident; apparent; as, an obvious meaning; an obvious remark.

Synonyms & Antonyms of obvious

obvious Sentence Examples

  1. It was obvious that the suspect was lying, as his alibi was full of holes.
  2. The team's lack of chemistry was obvious during the game.
  3. The student's homework assignment was obviously plagiarized.
  4. The weather forecast for tomorrow is obvious: rain.
  5. The problem with the car was obvious to even the most inexperienced mechanic.
  6. The solution to the puzzle seemed obvious once it was explained.
  7. It was obvious that the company was struggling financially.
  8. The child's enthusiasm for the project was obvious from their eagerness to start.
  9. The evidence against the defendant was so strong that it seemed obvious that they were guilty.
  10. The benefits of a healthy diet are obvious, but some people still choose to ignore them.

FAQs About the word obvious

easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mindOpposing; fronting., Exposed; subject; open; liable., Easily discovered, seen, or understood; readily perce

apparent, clear, evident, unmistakable, straightforward, distinct, unequivocal, palpable, clear-cut, bald

clouded, unintelligible, indistinct, clouded, indistinct, cryptic, enigmatic, mysterious, unclear, cryptic

It was obvious that the suspect was lying, as his alibi was full of holes.

The team's lack of chemistry was obvious during the game.

The student's homework assignment was obviously plagiarized.

The weather forecast for tomorrow is obvious: rain.