obvious; or to make obvious; or to show or demonstrate
All human history moves towards one great goal, the manifestation of God.
—Give us a squint at that literature, grandfather, the ancient mariner put in, manifesting some natural impatience.
…or the exploits of King Willow, Iremonger having made a hundred and something second wicket not out for Notts, during which time (completely regardless of Ire) the keeper was intensely occupied loosening an apparently new or secondhand boot which manifestly pinched him as he muttered against whoever it was sold it, all of them who were sufficiently awake enough to be picked out by their facial expressions, that is to say, either simply looking on glumly or passing a trivial remark.
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Domestic violence doesn’t always manifest as physical abuse.
Her program has been a manifest failure. Everyone is trying to blame someone else for it.
…and therefore a plan was by them adopted (whether by having preconsidered or as the maturation of experience it is difficult in being said which the discrepant opinions of subsequent inquirers are not up to the present congrued to render manifest) whereby maternity was so far from all accident possibility removed that whatever care the patient in that all hardest of woman hour chiefly required and not solely for the copiously opulent but also for her who not being sufficiently moneyed…