Similar words: manifest, manifesto, destined, clandestine, destination, lifestyle, destitute, testing. Meaning: n. a policy of imperialism rationalized as inevitable (as if granted by God).
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1 This was manifest destiny trickling south.
2 Type Policy of manIfest destiny, then press Enter. 21.
3 In the march toward Manifest Destiny, Frederic Church was now one of the standard-bearers.
4 This was the language of manifest destiny, whose speakers assumed that they were moral examples to the whole world.
5 The doctrine of manifest destiny was distinct from the imperialist dynamic that flourished around the turn of the century.
6 It's your manifest destiny to nail her, you know.
7 Pandora's "anytime, anywhere" mantra seems like manifest destiny now.
8 The United States has a manifest destiny to be an example and a blessing to the entire human race.
9 1845 - Manifest Destiny: US President James K. Polk announces to Congress that the United States should aggressively expand into the West.
10 The city was born with a sense of manifest destiny.
11 In the 19th century Americans believed in manifest destiny, meaning that they thought God wanted them to occupy the whole continent.
12 Among them, the Americans' sense of being God's chosen people and the related concept of "manifest destiny" have greatly influenced American view of China and other countries.
13 In this essay,(www.Sentencedict.com) the writers are to analyze and explore how the "Manifest Destiny" influences American expansion policy.
14 This Indian fighter firmly grasped the notion of Manifest Destiny saying that America's extermination of the Indians and thefts our their lands was ultimately beneficial as it was inevitable.
15 But like America's Manifest Destiny, China's "Go West" has a dark side.
16 Moving the game westward and southward follows a grand historic progression, a sports equivalent of Manifest Destiny.
17 The thoughts of the early WASPs made Americans have a sense of priority and the idea of Manifest Destiny and so on.
18 The diplomatic thoughts of Quincy Adams can be represented by three aspects: Firstly, the thought of continental expansion emphasized the theory of Manifest Destiny.
19 Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase doubled America'slandmass, giving the country a glimpse of the Manifest Destiny to come.
20 These comments echo the idea that space exploration is our Manifest Destiny.
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