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Synonyms for manifest

Synonyms for manifest

to give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for manifest

a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or plane

record in a ship's manifest

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reveal its presence or make an appearance

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clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment

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"Manifesting the Blessings of God--How to Receive Every Promise and Provision That Heaven Has Made Available" is a book you will want to read, reread, study, and pursue the actions suggested in each chapter.
The company recently launched their new app, which combines subliminal messaging and the manifesting tool of vision boards helping users create the life they desire.
Manifesting the badness of opponents' tactics helps to do so.
Picked items are then placed on a conveyor belt that carries them to the automated scanning, sortation, and manifesting system.
It is obvious, I presume, that thinking of God in the way I am suggesting in these remarks -- as cosmic serendipitous creativity manifesting itself in a wide range of trajectories -- will evoke a significantly different faith and hope and piety than that associated with the Christian symbol-system as traditionally interpreted.
(c) [sic] Conduct or operations manifesting assent may be proved in any manner, including a showing that a procedure existed by which a person or an electronic agent must have engaged in the conduct or in order to proceed with the use it made of the information or informational rights.
The problematic of 'displacement' does offer a useful methodological injunction, namely, the importance of exploring the socio-economic circumstances of those manifesting an anxiety which the observer thinks may exhibit displacement.
Other paradigms include call-and-response; the ubiquitous performance practice; cultural memory manifesting itself in a variety of ways consciously or unconsciously; Dance, Drum, and Song; mythology; and the ever popular (and complex) Yoruba trickster deity Esu.
ADHD symptoms offer much less insight into understanding the behavior of criminals manifesting more serious violent and anti-social behavior.
The amount of turbulence in the Arab state system emanating from the structural instabilities will increase, manifesting itself as conflicts between rich and poor states in the alliance against Iraq and between states that participated in the alliance and those that did not.
Ken Elliott's experiences and the stories comprising "Manifesting 1, 2, 3" describe exactly how your thoughts take form.
Since different people manifest depression in different ways, each depressed individual's energy pattern would be distorted based on his/her own specific way of manifesting that imbalance.