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Word of the Day 07/26/16 Obvious

Obvious (adjective)
obvious [ob-vee-uh s]


adjective
adjective
1. easily seen, recognized, or understood; open to view or knowledge; evident: an obvious advantage.
2. lacking in subtlety.
3. Obsolete. being or standing in the way.

Can be confused
oblivious.

Synonyms
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1. plain, manifest, clear, palpable, unmistakable. See apparent.

Antonyms
1. hidden.

Origin: 1580-90; < Latin obvius in the way, lying in the path, equivalent to ob- ob- + vi(a) way + -us adj. suffix (see -ous)

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