Thesaurus / manifest destiny
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This is the manifest destiny of our country, and to this unveiled glory are we marching on.

Diego Columbus devoutly decided that it was manifest destiny that Cuba should belong to Spain.

Hernando CortezJohn S. C. Abbott

Was he, logically, any more inconsistent than is our own “manifest destiny” conception of America?

Blood and IronJohn Hubert Greusel

At this point, his speculations on manifest destiny may very appropriately begin.

It was his manifest destiny to become associated with foreigners in some way.

Wang the NinthPutnam Weale

Are the landowners to pay all the cost of the crusade of Congress and manifest destiny?

That dreadful old woman was right, no doubt, it was her manifest destiny.

The Gorgeous IsleGertrude Atherton

If you choose to call the whole thing "manifest destiny," I am with you.

A Straight DealOwen Wister

Manifest destiny never seemed more clearly written in the stars.

History of the United StatesCharles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard

Around and against it hung still six apples, defrauded of their manifest destiny, and remaining the size of hickory-nuts.

A Bird-Lover in the WestOlive Thorne Miller

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