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MAN'IFEST, adjective [Latin manifestus.]

1. Plain, open, clearly visible to the eye or obvious to the understanding; apparent; not obscure or difficult to be seen or understood. From the testimony, the truth we conceive to be manifest

Thus manifest to sight the god appeared.

That which may be known of God is manifest in them. Romans 1:19.

2. Detected; with of.

Calistho there stood manifest of shame. [Unusual.]

MAN'IFEST, noun An invoice of a cargo of goods, imported or laden for export, to be exhibited at the custom-house by the master of the vessel, or the owner or shipper.