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Definition of Self-evident

  • Evident without proof or reasoning; producing certainty or conviction upon a bare presentation to the mind; as, a self-evident proposition or truth.

How to use self-evident in a sentence. Self-evident pronunciation.

This, they say, is a fixed mathematical law of perception and deduction, the operation of which admits of no doubt whatever; for inasmuch as the universe is subject to our sensing, the proof is self-evident that our knowledge of it must be gained through the avenues of the senses.
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Do not overlook the obvious truths, for it is a self-evident fact that a child cannot be instructed without a teacher, and knowledge is a bounty from the bounties of God.
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And this matter is self-evident; it cannot be refuted.
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He had heard that statement so often, and he could not see why it was true; they did not know the conditions as he did, why should they accept it as self-evident that their greater age gave them greater wisdom?
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You cannot fail to discover that the beliefs which to you are self-evident to the foreigner are absurd.
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Googoo-if that was the dog's name-was passionately fond of poets, that was self-evident, and intended to make a meal of this one, forthwith.
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As a generalized truth it can make but little appeal to young minds, and it ought to be self-evident, at the end of a successful recitation, to mature minds.
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The moral of the two stories is self-evident.
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To see God, therefore, descending into the arena of science, and contending, as it were, for his own prizes, by teaching science in the Bible, would be to see him intercepting from their self-evident destination, (viz., man's intellectual benefit,) his own problems by solving them himself.
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It is, however, self-evident that any service open to Judas would have been preposterously overpaid by thirty talents, a sum which exceeded five thousand pounds sterling.
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What an elaborate machinery, it was said, for bringing out the merest self-evident truisms!
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Though it was perfectly self-evident from the start that Mrs. Martin would throw cold water on anything requiring an outlay of money Craig accomplished his full purpose of securing an interview with Mr. Haswell.
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We are not expressly told that the Shiloh will be descended from Judah; but this is supposed to be self-evident, and is not, therefore, expressly mentioned.
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It is self-evident, and has been, moreover, formerly proved, that we cannot speak of children who were previously born of the prophet's wife; but that, on the contrary, the children are they whose birth is narrated in ver.
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But it is self-evident that such a supplying of the ב is inadmissible.
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It is self-evident, and is confirmed by 2 Kings xiii.
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It is, moreover, self-evident that the essential fundamental thought is [Pg 266]only that of the cordial and deep gratitude of the redeemed,-that the form only is borrowed from the previous manifestation of this thankfulness.
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It is self-evident that the thought here is, that Bethlehem is too little to constitute a thousand _by itself_. Communities, however, which were not sufficiently numerous to constitute, by themselves, a generation or family, were reckoned with others, and formed with them an artificial generation, an artificial family; for the divisions of generations and families were, owing to the great significance which numbers had in ancient times, connected with numerical relations.
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In the Pentateuch the sacrificial ritual is indeed copiously described, but nowhere in the Old Testament is its significance formally explained; this is treated as on the whole self-evident and familiar to every one.
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It is self-evident that there is no restriction to the use of vegetable gifts merely, but sacrifices of flesh are also assumed-purchased perhaps with the proceeds of the sale of the tithe.
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Examples of Self-evident

Example #1
The eye looks up into the heavens and beholds the sun; I see flowers upon this table; I smell their fragrance; I hear sounds outside, etc, etc.
Example #2
That is to say, the materialists announce, that the criterion and standard of human knowledge is sense perception.
Example #3
The soil is not covered with grass and green without the rain of the cloud; therefore the cloud is the intermediary between the divine bounties and the soil.
Example #4
Unless the Holy Spirit become intermediary, one cannot attain directly to the bounties of God.
Example #5
The prophets also acknowledge this opinion, towit: That education hath a great effect upon the human race, but they declare that minds and comprehensions are originally different.
Example #6
We see that certain children of the same age, nativity and race, nay, from the same household, under the tutorship of one teacher, differ in their minds and comprehensions.