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evince         
[?'v?ns]
¦ verb formal reveal the presence of (a quality or feeling); indicate.
Origin
C16 (in the sense 'prove by argument or evidence'): from L. evincere (see evict).
evince         
(evinces, evincing, evinced)
If someone or something evinces a particular feeling or quality, they show that feeling or quality, often indirectly. (FORMAL)
The entire production evinces authenticity and a real respect for the subject matter...
VERB: V n
Evince         
·vt To Conquer; to Subdue.
II. Evince ·vt To show in a clear manner; to prove beyond any reasonable doubt; to Manifest; to make evident; to bring to light; to Evidence.

Wikipedia

Evince

Evince (), also known as GNOME Document Viewer, is a free and open source document viewer supporting many document file formats including PDF, PostScript, DjVu, TIFF, XPS and DVI. It is designed for the GNOME desktop environment.

The developers of Evince intended to replace the multiple GNOME document viewers with a single and simple application. The Evince motto sums up the project aim: "Simply a Document Viewer".

GNOME releases have included Evince since GNOME 2.12 (September 2005). Evince's code is written mainly in C, with a small part (specifically, the interface with Poppler) written in C++. Many Linux distributions – including Ubuntu, Fedora Linux and Linux Mint – include Evince as the default document viewer.

Evince is free and open-source software subject to the requirements of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later.

The Evince FAQ highlights the meaning of the word "Evince" as "to show or express something clearly".

Pronunciation examples for evince
1. which show or evince behaviors or phenomena
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2. evince this theory almost always also say,
Walkaway & the Collapsing Empire _ Cory Doctorow & John Scalzi _ Talks at Google
3. you're going to meet them, they do evince a type of honesty and straightforwardness
How The Global Rise of Faith is Changing the World _ John Micklethwait _ Talks at Google
4. The look on their faces did not evince that kind of confidence.
Essentialism _ Greg McKeown _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of evince
1. He neither spoke of any nor did we evince any interest," she said.
2. The bald and the hairy evince a remarkable group similarity as far as their governing styles are concerned.
3. Footage of an explosion in the Gaza Strip taken from a drone may evince the army‘s claim, it said.
4. Then followed a lecture on the theme of anti–U.S. and anti–war actions and an evening to evince resolution.
5. The unfettered optimism that the real estate company‘s chiefs evince may explain why the stock rose 4.8% yesterday on turnover of NIS 17.7 million.