Synonym: apparent, clear, discernible, evident, exposed, obvious, open, open-and-shut, perceptible, plain, visible. Similar words: lifestyle, self-esteem, manipulate, megalomania, even if, uniform, confess, wife. Meaning: ['mænɪfest] n. a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or plane. v. 1. provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes 2. record in a ship's manifest 3. reveal its presence or make an appearance. adj. clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment.
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1. The anger he felt is manifest in his paintings.
2. His nervousness was manifest to all those present.
3. You manifest what you believe, not what you want.
4. There may be unrecog-nised cases of manifest injustice of which we are unaware.
5. The workers chose to manifest their dissatisfaction in a series of strikes.
6. He is a manifest liar.
7. That is manifest to all of us.
8. The same alarm is manifest everywhere.
9. His illness began to manifest itself at around this time.
10. Her manifest lack of interest in the project has provoked severe criticism.
11. There was manifest relief among the workers yesterday at the decision not to close the factory.
12. Their devotion to God is made manifest in ritual prayer.
13. Their frustration and anger will manifest itself in crying and screaming.
14. It was their manifest failure to modernize the country's industries.
15. The educational system is a manifest failure.
16. At this point an awkward fact will become manifest.
17. These very basic differences become manifest in groups.
18. This may manifest itself in various ways.
19. This was manifest destiny trickling south.
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21. How you manifest your aspects is your choice entirely.
22. Such political behavior can manifest itself in strikes, violent demonstrations, insurrections, and revolutionary action.
23. That vision was made manifest in the Ford Motor Company.
24. And sometimes that control should manifest itself in allowing oneself to succumb to television's sometimes banal pleasures without guilt.
25. The rules and regulations should be made to be manifest to all staff.
26. But meaningless sanctions, imposed by rote and continued long after their failure is manifest,[Sentencedict] are different.
27. I thought the Danakil an attractive-looking people, and despite their murderous reputation they appeared to manifest a genuine friendliness.
28. We believe that results can only be properly evaluated if the problems connected with the study are made manifest rather than concealed.
29. The fateful consequences of the Bavarian government's failure to uphold the Law of the Defence of the Republic now became manifest.
30. The invisible writing, the lineaments of me, which had been there beneath the surface all the time, became manifest.
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