in a way that is easily perceived or understood; clearly.
Using obviously: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "obviously" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
Obviously, she was upset by the news.
He obviously didn't understand the instructions.
The answer is obviously wrong.
She's obviously very talented.
obviously Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with obviously
Obviously enough, the sun rises in the east.
If he's not here, and he's not at home, then obviously he must be somewhere else.
If you think I'm going to lend you money, obviously not!
Origins of obviously
from Latin 'obvius', meaning 'in the way' or 'facing toward'
Summary: obviously in Brief
The term 'obviously' [ˈɑːbviəsli] denotes clarity and ease of perception. It is used to describe situations that are easy to understand or perceive, as in 'Obviously, she was upset by the news.' The adverb extends into phrases like 'obviously enough,' which indicates that something is so clear that it does not need to be stated.