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man·i·fest

 (măn′ə-fĕst′)
adj.
Clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious. See Synonyms at apparent.
v. man·i·fest·ed, man·i·fest·ing, man·i·fests
v.tr.
1. To show or demonstrate plainly; reveal: "[Her] soft appearance belied her ... steadfastness. She manifested no fear and allowed none in her voice" (Philip Roth).
2.
a. To record in a ship's manifest.
b. To display or present a manifest of (cargo).
v.intr.
To become manifest; be revealed: Depression can manifest as irritability.
n.
1. A list of cargo or passengers carried on a ship or plane.
2. An invoice of goods carried on a truck or train.
3. A list of railroad cars according to owner and location.

[Middle English manifeste, from Old French, from Latin manufestus, manifestus, caught in the act, blatant, obvious; see gwhedh- in Indo-European roots.]

man′i·fest′ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.manifestly - unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly')manifestly - unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly'); "the answer is obviously wrong"; "she was in bed and evidently in great pain"; "he was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list"; "it is all patently nonsense"; "she has apparently been living here for some time"; "I thought he owned the property, but apparently not"; "You are plainly wrong"; "he is plain stubborn"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
Translations
بِصورَةٍ واضِحَه أو ظاهِرَه
evidentně
indlysende
augljóslega
evidentne
açıkçabesbelli

manifestly

[ˈmænɪfestlɪ] ADVevidentemente

manifestly

[ˈmænɪfɛstli] adv (= patently) → manifestement

manifestly

adveindeutig, offensichtlich; it’s so manifestly obviouses ist so völlig offensichtlich; the policy manifestly failed to workdie Politik funktionierte offenkundig nicht

manifestly

[ˈmænɪˌfɛstlɪ] advmanifestamente, palesemente

manifest

(ˈmӕnifest) verb
to show (clearly). He manifested his character in his behaviour.
adjective
easily seen by the eye or understood by the mind; obvious. manifest stupidity.
ˈmanifestly adverb
ˌmanifeˈstation noun
1. an obvious or clear example. This is another manifestation of his ignorance.
2. the act of showing clearly.
References in classic literature ?
Folklore, legends, myths and fairy tales have followed childhood through the ages, for every healthy youngster has a wholesome and instinctive love for stories fantastic, marvelous and manifestly unreal.
But this could not be the case with-the idea of a nature more perfect than myself; for to receive it from nothing was a thing manifestly impossible; and, because it is not less repugnant that the more perfect should be an effect of, and dependence on the less perfect, than that something should proceed from nothing, it was equally impossible that I could hold it from myself: accordingly, it but remained that it had been placed in me by a nature which was in reality more perfect than mine, and which even possessed within itself all the perfections of which I could form any idea; that is to say, in a single word, which was God.
iv) Statements opposed as affirmation and negation belong manifestly to a class which is distinct, for in this case, and in this case only, it is necessary for the one opposite to be true and the other false.
But manifestly to our Priests and Women this adage did not apply.
Next, there is the instinct for 'harmony' and rhythm, metres being manifestly sections of rhythm.
So Tom argued with himself that it was an immense advantaged for Roxy to have a master who was pleased with her, as this planter manifestly was.
This, I contend, is manifestly a concurrent and coequal authority in the United States and in the individual States.
Then he concealed himself near the iron door and waited, manifestly with the intent of remaining there till someone came near.
Whosoever is found variable, and changeth manifestly without manifest cause, giveth suspicion of corruption.
Our passengers hailed from fifteen states; only a few of them had ever been to sea before; manifestly it would not do to pit them against a full-blown tempest until they had got their sea-legs on.
certain time greatly dominate our fancy, and others manifestly better have no influence with us.
A furtive light shone in his eyes, he was manifestly uncomfortable.