manifestly


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Synonyms for manifestly

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

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But manifestly to our Priests and Women this adage did not apply.
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.
It may seem odd to you, but it was two days before I could follow up the new-found clue in what was manifestly the proper way.
Next, there is the instinct for 'harmony' and rhythm, metres being manifestly sections of rhythm.
I am manifestly protected in a most wonderful, but most terrible manner," said he; "but Valentine, poor girl, how will she bear so much sorrow?
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.
Of the whole party, I was the only one that had been worked by a real lady, and consequently my education was manifestly superior to those of my companions.
His people, however, were not equally satisfied by a regulation of trade which worked so manifestly against them, and began to show signs of discontent.
Now manifestly a Kathiawar mare taken from the sands of her birthplace and removed to the west of Bengal founders - nor is even a Balkh stallion (and there are no better horses than those of Balkh, were they not so heavy in the shoulder) of any account in the great Northern deserts beside the snow-camels I have seen.
Adam could just see that it was on the top of a hill, not quite so high as that which was covered by the Castle, on whose tower flew the flag, and which was all ablaze with moving lights, manifestly used in the preparations for the festivities on the morrow.
Whosoever is found variable, and changeth manifestly without manifest cause, giveth suspicion of corruption.
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.
It was thought "very English" to have a country-house lent to one, and the fact gave a last touch of distinction to what was generally conceded to be the most brilliant wedding of the year; but where the house was no one was permitted to know, except the parents of bride and groom, who, when taxed with the knowledge, pursed their lips and said mysteriously: "Ah, they didn't tell us--" which was manifestly true, since there was no need to.
He was manifestly anxious to save me in this fashion.
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.