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Synonyms for manifestly

unmistakably ('plain' is often used informally for 'plainly')

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For manifestly, if Socrates exists, one of the two propositions 'Socrates is ill', 'Socrates is not ill', is true, and the other false.
Hawver sprang from his chair, manifestly disturbed.
Hence our eye is seldom, I am afraid, turned upward to those who are manifestly greater, better, wiser, or happier than ourselves, without some degree of malignity; while we commonly look downwards on the mean and miserable with sufficient benevolence and pity.
It was a fixed belief with Madame Lebrun that the conduct of the universe and all things pertaining thereto would have been manifestly of a more intelligent and higher order had not Monsieur Lebrun been removed to other spheres during the early years of their married life.
Every argument seemed to be against undertaking the burden of marriage until he came to Rachel's argument, which was manifestly absurd.
The staring green abode further on was manifestly out of the question.
But he is manifestly afraid of my displeasure; and if at one time he tries my patience by his unreasonable exactions, and fretful complaints and reproaches, at another he depresses me by his abject submission and deprecatory self-abasement when he fears he has gone too far.
This high, judgment, manifestly Judge Topolski The 48-yearold, who admitted two counts of fraud at Birmingham Crown Court, challenged his sentence at London's Appeal Court yesterday, claiming it was too harsh.
This pilot aims to help those who are manifestly eligible get on the DSP faster, and also reduce the processing time for those who are not eligible but may be eligible for other payments.
Taking account of the cruel and sustained conduct of this appellant, in our view, the total sentence imposed is not manifestly excessive.
Personally driven by instinct and impulse, unhampered by knowledge or judgment, he has led an administration acting so far manifestly on the basis of postures, not of policies.
After a lifestyle check, Ombudsman investigators found out that Ampatuan's wealth 'is manifestly out of proportion to respondent's salary as former Governor of Maguindanao and to their other lawful income and income from legitimately acquired properties.
The decision cannot be described as wrong in principle and it did not produce a manifestly excessive sentence.
Being honest and respectful of the law is a basic principle of any police officer and they have manifestly failed in that duty.
He raised concerns about the amount of money the couple had spent on lawyers, and said: "The level of costs in this case, totalling over PS800,000, are manifestly excessive for the determination of the dispute, which involves capital sums not much greater at the end of the day than PS10 million.