most obviousIt's the most obvious thing to do.
obvious wayThere is no obvious way of resolving the question of crowd composition.
less obviousArchitecture is less obvious, but it still happens.
quite obvious‘It all seems quite obvious.
very obvious‘They are actually very obvious things,’ he continued.
obvious questionBut the obvious question is, does his invention work?
so obviousFinally, there have been changes over time in the rates of divorce and marriage, although the significance of these for patterns of kin relations may be not so obvious as it first appears.
obvious examplesExcept for obvious examples such as the local gossip.
become obviousIt had become obvious a few years back that this was a problem for Britain.
obvious reasonFor obvious reasons the use of manpower was particularly affected.
too obviousThe results of not doing so are all too obvious.
beyond the obviousSuddenly a new aspect appears beyond the obvious and very gradually takes form.
obvious exampleExcept for obvious examples such as the local gossip.
obvious advantageThe obvious advantage of this is that you only need to lug it around if you're going to use it, so there's another saving on weight.
obvious reasonsFor obvious reasons the use of manpower was particularly affected.
obvious caseAn obvious case is that of Eärendil, the first character to take shape in Tolkien's mythology.
fairly obviousThere's a number of fairly obvious things here.