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manifest

man·i·fest

manifest

 
 
pronunciation:
mae nih fest
parts of speech:
adjective, transitive verb, noun
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part of speech: adjective
definition: clear and unmistakable to the eye or mind; plain; obvious.
His guilt was manifest to all.
synonyms:
apparent, clear, evident, obvious, patent, plain, unmistakable
antonyms:
secret
similar words:
blatant, clear-cut, conspicuous, frank, glaring, naked, noticeable, overt, prominent, salient, striking
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: manifested, manifesting, manifests
definition 1: to show plainly; display; demonstrate.
The results of the treatment generally manifest themselves after only four days.
synonyms:
display, exhibit, show
antonyms:
hide, mask, suggest
similar words:
betray, declare, demonstrate, evidence, produce, prove, reveal, write
definition 2: to evidence or prove.
These documents manifest my client's innocence.
synonyms:
evidence, prove, substantiate
similar words:
demonstrate, show, validate
definition 3: to record or present in a ship's cargo list.
similar words:
record, register
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part of speech: noun
definition: a list of cargo or passengers on a ship or airplane.
similar words:
bill of lading, checklist, inventory, list, register, roll, roster
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derivations: manifestly (adv.), manifestness (n.)
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