verb କ୍ରିୟା

Evince meaning in oriya


  • Pronunciation


  • Definition

    give expression to

    କୁ ଏକ୍ସପ୍ରେସନ୍ ଦିଅ |

  • Synonyms

    show (ଦେଖାନ୍ତୁ |)

verb କ୍ରିୟା

Evince meaning in oriya


  • Definitions

    1. To show or demonstrate clearly; to manifest.

    ସ୍ପଷ୍ଟ ଦେଖାଇବାକୁ କିମ୍ବା ପ୍ରଦର୍ଶନ କରିବାକୁ; ପ୍ରକାଶ କରିବାକୁ

  • Examples:
    1. As the game proceeded it became evident that Porgy's luck was with him; he was the most consistent winner, and Sportin' Life was bearing most of the burden. But the mulatto was too good a gambler to evince any discomfiture.

    2. Bare reportage cannot convey the deep hatred sometimes evinced between men through the simplest address.

    3. But despite the overt similarity of the rules, Rome II does not evince a broad, transatlantic consensus on conflict of laws. The new European rules differ from outwardly similar American formulations in animating principle.

    4. Common sense and experience will and must evince the truth of this.

    5. Could a man so situated fail to evince the joy he felt in the circumstance expected; thereby, delighting and sustaining his suffering young wife, if he were not wrapt and absorbed in the contemplation of an object still more interesting—an object still living, still capable, however high or virtuous, of working woe to Isabella?

    6. For You will find in the Progress of our Dispute, that I had some reason to question the very way of Probation imploy'd both by Peripateticks and Chymists, to evince the being and number of the Elements.

    7. Quite an excellent repast consisting of rashers and eggs, fried steak and onions, done to a nicety, delicious hot breakfast rolls and invigorating tea had been considerately provided by the authorities for the consumption of the central figure of the tragedy who was in capital spirits when prepared for death and evinced the keenest interest in the proceedings from beginning to end

    8. To evince the abſurdity of that prejudice which conſiders human creatures as brutes, merely becauſe they differ from ourſelves in colour, I muſt beg leave to mention a few of the principal ceremonies that attended the ratification of this peace.

    9. When Mrs C. described this to me the next day she shuddered all over, but also evinced, in her manner and choice of words, an unmistakable relish.

    10. ‘That unless all the people of Kasson would embrace the Mohammedan religion, and evince their conversion by saying eleven public prayers, he, the king of Foota-Torra, could not possibly stand neuter in the present contest, but would certainly join his arms to those of Kajaaga.’

  • Synonyms

    evincible (evincible)