- What does it mean when someone says obviously?
- What do you say when someone says obviously?
- What can I say instead of obviously?
- Why do Brits say obviously?
- What is an oblivious person?
- What is stating the obvious called?
- How do you use the word obviously in a sentence?
- What does Oblivious mean?
- What do you call an oblivious person?
- What makes someone oblivious?
- What’s a word for saying something obvious?
- How do you respond to Duh?
- Is the B silent in obvious?
What does it mean when someone says obviously?
Obviously is a word people use when they are sure of something and sure that it’s plainly clear to others.
People also use this word when they’re being mean or sarcastic.
If you didn’t know who walked on the moon, a friend might say, “Obviously, it was Neil Armstrong!”.
What do you say when someone says obviously?
Simply asking “What do you mean?” or “Can you explain it further?” is a good way to keep them talking. If the details in their obvious point start breaking down it should open the discussion up for a direct counterpoint or counterexample: Obviously blah blah. What do you mean?
What can I say instead of obviously?
In this page you can discover 26 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for obviously, like: without-doubt, clearly, surely, evidently, yes, certainly, unmistakably, apparently, definitely, probably and always.
Why do Brits say obviously?
“Obviously” is also a way of saying either “this is obvious to me, but perhaps not to you”, or “we both know this but I’ll mention it anyway just so it’s acknowledged”. So for example, I might say “Obviously, this is just my opinion since I’m not a linguistics expert, but…”
What is an oblivious person?
Oblivious (adjective): not aware of or not concerned about what is happening around you. Simply put, oblivion is the state of being “unmindful,” not conscious, or unaware. Have you ever been around someone who is oblivious?
What is stating the obvious called?
Stating the obvious is perhaps best stated as “self-evident.” For example, “A street is better than a little trail to connect those two large neighborhoods.” “That’s self-evident.”
How do you use the word obviously in a sentence?
14) Obviously what she did was wrong, but I don’t think it warranted quite such severe punishment. 15) She was obviously annoyed that the man had happened along. 16) She was very glum and was obviously missing her children. 17) Barry had obviously come in on the tail-end of the conversation.
What does Oblivious mean?
lacking remembrance, memory, or mindful attention1 : lacking remembrance, memory, or mindful attention. 2 : lacking active conscious knowledge or awareness —usually used with of or to.
What do you call an oblivious person?
disregardful. Inconsiderate, thoughtless, heedless regardless.
What makes someone oblivious?
It can have three different causes: a low level of attention (“blanking” or “zoning out”) intense attention to a single object of focus (hyperfocus) that makes a person oblivious to events around him or her; unwarranted distraction of attention from the object of focus by irrelevant thoughts or environmental events.
What’s a word for saying something obvious?
Some common synonyms of obvious are apparent, clear, distinct, evident, manifest, patent, and plain. While all these words mean “readily perceived or apprehended,” obvious implies such ease in discovering that it often suggests conspicuousness or little need for perspicacity in the observer.
How do you respond to Duh?
When you hear people say duh when they mean doh, or doh when they mean duh, gently correct them by responding with duh or doh, whichever is appropriate — something along the lines of, “Doh, not duh, duh!”.
Is the B silent in obvious?
The ”b” in ”obvious” is also silent.