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noun as in public declaration

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The commercials are in the can, the manifestos are written, and the globally approved taglines are approved.

From Digiday

In addition to writing new music, Gallery worked with client Marriott Bonvoy to turn the company’s manifesto into a spoken-word monologue about the power of travel, which has been used nearly 100 times by other TikTok creators.

From Digiday

Its CEO sent me a manifesto of sorts the other day, discussing how his company approaches the future of work meetings.

Meanwhile, Sam Altman, who helped kick off Y Combinator’s UBI experiment before leaving to head the artificial-intelligence startup OpenAI, wrote a recent manifesto about the situation.

It’s a banker’s manifesto for a more progressive form of capitalism, masquerading as a corporate report.

From Quartz

Scrolling through this hate-filled manifesto for the first time made the hairs on my arm tingle with discomfort.

The Amy Pascal Manifesto: Aaron Sorkin Broke, Sleeping with Co-Worker?

The book is a manifesto—a single-handed attempt to galvanize the world to take to the streets.

This being a manifesto, there are a few moments when Almond sounds like a self-righteous crank.

A manifesto of demands called for lesbian and gay legal equality in all areas of life.

This manifesto appears to have produced an effect very different from what was intended.

Congress issued a manifesto, setting forth the causes and necessity of taking up arms in defence of their rights, against England.

Elmsley the bookseller desired to print a new Edition which he has swelled by the addition of the French Manifesto.

Espartero proceeded to Lisbon, whence he issued a manifesto to the Spanish nation, after which he sailed to England.

And the manifesto to the Irish people issued by the committee bore clear indications of its composite origin.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to manifesto, such as: platform, proclamation, announcement, notice, policy, and promulgation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.