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Difference between Be evident and Be in evidence

be evidentbe obvious; be easy to see or understand:

  • It was evident to me that writing must be in God’s great plan for my life.

be in evidence

1. be actually present:

  • He was not about, so I looked outside, but he was not in evidence. He had not yet risen.

2. be prominent or conspicuous:

  • He was not in evidence, to any considerable extent, in the voluntary societies of the college.