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manifest
used in Dracula

21 uses
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Definition
obvious; or to make obvious; or to show or demonstrate
  • At last, however, the narcotic began to manifest its potency, and she fell into a deep sleep.
    Chapter 10 (33% in)
manifest = demonstrate
  • On looking at it I found in certain places little rings marked, and on examining these I noticed that one was near London on the east side, manifestly where his new estate was situated.
    Chapter 2 (79% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • I saw in his eyes something of that gathering wrath which was manifest when he hurled that fair woman from him.
    Chapter 4 (8% in)
  • manifest = obvious (easily seen)
  • The roof was broken, and in two places were steps leading to vaults, but the ground had recently been dug over, and the earth placed in great wooden boxes, manifestly those which had been brought by the Slovaks.
    Chapter 4 (58% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • He was spreading out his sugar, which he had saved, in the window, and was manifestly beginning his fly catching again, and beginning it cheerfully and with a good grace.
    Chapter 6 (64% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • It had been fighting, and manifestly had had a savage opponent, for its throat was torn away, and its belly was slit open as if with a savage claw.
    Chapter 7 (48% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • It at once occurred to me that that this wound, or whatever it was, might be the means of that manifest loss of blood.
    Chapter 10 (44% in)
  • manifest = obvious
  • Perhaps it is because I am weak at present, and perhaps because it was on Lucy's account, that their devotion was manifested.
    Chapter 10 (85% in)
  • manifested = shown
  • Men and women are so different in manifestations of nervous strength or weakness!
    Chapter 13 (76% in)
  • manifestations = demonstrations

    (editor's note:  The suffix "-tions", converts a verb into a plural noun that denotes results of the verb. Typically, there is a slight change in the ending of the root verb, as in actions, illustrations, and observations.)
  • It was manifestly of fair weight.
    Chapter 16 (55% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • She looked at me so appealingly, and at the same time manifested such courage and resolution in her bearing, that I gave in at once to her wishes.
    Chapter 17 (34% in)
  • manifested = demonstrated
  • It is strange to me to be kept in the dark as I am today, after Jonathan's full confidence for so many years, to see him manifestly avoid certain matters, and those the most vital of all.
    Chapter 19 (70% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • This was manifestly a prig of the first water, and there was no use arguing with him.
    Chapter 20 (40% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • I think he recognized my thought in my eyes, for he said very quietly, manifestly for the ears of the attendant, "Ah, a sad accident!"
    Chapter 21 (6% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • And although she grew snowy white at times when danger had seemed to threaten her husband, and red at others when his devotion to her was manifested, she listened bravely and with calmness.
    Chapter 23 (53% in)
  • manifested = shown
  • She tried to school herself to the belief, and manifestly for her husband's sake, tried to seem content.
    Chapter 23 (65% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • There is something of a guiding purpose manifest throughout, which is comforting.
    Chapter 24 (9% in)
  • manifest = demonstrated
  • When her old self can be manifest without any controlling force subduing or restraining her, or inciting her to action.
    Chapter 25 (1% in)
  • manifest = clearly seen
  • The loop it makes is manifestly as close to Dracula's castle as can be got by water.
    Chapter 26 (57% in)
  • manifestly = obviously
  • Some new guiding power be in her manifested, for she point to a road and say, "This is the way."
    Chapter 27 (15% in)
  • manifested = made obvious
  • Jonathan's impetuosity, and the manifest singleness of his purpose, seemed to overawe those in front of him.
    Chapter 27 (86% in)
manifest = clearly demonstrated
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