Evidently, nothing the viewer thinks about the work is going to alter that value, and so today’s viewer is deterred from trying to extend that spontaneous, immediate, self-reliant kind of reading which would originally have met the work.
The restaurant was evidently full.
They had no money evidently.
Evidently, this is all very worrying.
So he's been corrupted?—evidently!
You didn't really know her.—evidently not!
He is an employee of Mr. Patel, evidently.
adv. quite evidently：很显然
Quite evidently, it has nothing to do with social background.
This shows quite evidently that the tunnel should no longer be used by lorries.
She had evidently been attacked.
The two men evidently knew each other.