Noun(1) a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or plane
Verb(1) provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes(2) record in a ship's manifest(3) reveal its presence or make an appearance
Adjective(1) clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
(1) In the eyes of a Tulia jury, that was more than enough to trump the manifest contradictions in his evidence.(2) The ship's manifest , meanwhile, had the boy down as Markus Rotkowicz.(3) Many things had changed for the better, with manifest confidence and increased prosperity widespread.(4) As we prayed, the spirits began to manifest .(5) Airport officials said the company that owns the jet could be penalized for the last minute change in the passenger manifest in violation of regulations.(6) Once he had the crate cleared, he checked the attached manifest against the one logged in to the main computer files.(7) And in that election, the early announcement of results had manifest effects on voting behaviour on subsequent polling days.(8) It saves them from examining the manifest failings in their own actions(9) These allegations will be proven by a trail of bank transactions among the three and a Malaysian Airlines flight manifest , the prosecution said.(10) Through its spies, Germany was probably well aware of the ammunition in the hold, especially as it was openly declared on the ship's manifest .(11) When she wakes up, Julia is nowhere to be found either on the plane or manifest .(12) In their attempt to adopt the norm of this group, they manifest their aspirations of upward social mobility, but they overshoot the mark.(13) Textual adherence is often claimed, but the evidence to support it does not generally manifest itself in performance.(14) He was told that the company had checked and his name was not on the passenger manifest .(15) If it does, it will be important to disobey it and have it tested in the courts, which one hopes will recognise its manifest absurdity.(16) They go through the motions with manifest tedium as if they are moving files in an office.