much in evidence

much in evidence

Very noticeable, conspicuous, or apparent. The players have been working hard to improve their trust and confidence in one another, and it was very much in evidence during their impressive display on the field this past weekend. As the two foreign leaders traded insults, diplomacy was no longer much in evidence.
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much in evidence

Cliché very visible or evident. John was much in evidence during the conference. Your influence is much in evidence. I appreciate your efforts.
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The results of the old mentality are very much in evidence at the Yuzhnaya, or Southern, mine in this hardscrabble mining area 600 miles south of Moscow.