Definitions of "manifest"
  1. Something that can be immediately detected by the senses, particularly by sight
  2. Something that can be easily comprehended or identified because it is clearly obvious and undeniable
  3. The action of establishing certainty or showing something by display or demonstration
  4. A document that holds a catalog of passengers or a detailed list of goods being transported in a vehicle, such as a plane or ship
How to use "manifest" in a sentence
  1. The accident's cause was manifest, as the damage on the car pointed directly to a head-on collision.
  2. In order to manifest a claim, the plaintiff had to provide strong evidence.
  3. The cargo team double-checked the manifest to ensure all the boxes had been loaded onto the ship.

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