manifest

[ man-uh-fest ]SEE DEFINITION OF manifest

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANIFEST

He was besides too proud to manifest his interest in the special contents of this letter.

Simplicity and self-forgetfulness were manifest in carriage and utterance.

Though he strove to put confidence into his words, his painful doubt was manifest.

Only once did the white man speak or manifest the slightest interest.

And it is manifest that for this country of Guayana the proper person has not been appointed.

Manifest no distrust, or you may invite the danger you appear to apprehend.

What a change would have been manifest in your whole character!

Peter nor John had beheld them: to the eyes of Mary as of the other women they were manifest.

And above all in his drawings does he manifest this direct and childish interest and curiosity.

This, no doubt, accounted for the embarrassment so manifest in the Countess's manner.

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