English Synonyms and Antonyms
Clear (Latin clarus, bright, brilliant) primarily refers to that which shines, and impresses the mind through the eye with a sense of luster or splendor. A substance is said to be clear that offers no impediment to vision — is not dim, dark, or obscure. Transparent refers to the medium through which a substance is seen, clear to the substance itself, without reference to anything to be seen through it; we speak of a stream as clear when we think of the water itself; we speak of it as transparent with reference to the ease with which we see the pebbles at the bottom. Clear is also said of that which comes to the senses without dimness, dulness, obstruction, or obscurity, so that there is no uncertainty as to its exact form, character, or meaning, with something of the brightness or brilliancy implied in the primary meaning of the word clear; as, the outlines of the ship were clear against the sky; a clear view; a clear note; "clear as a bell;" a clear, frosty air; a clear sky; a clear statement; hence, the word is used for that which is free from any kind of obstruction; as, a clear field. Lucid and pellucid refer to a shining clearness, as of crystal. A transparent body allows the forms and colors of objects beyond to be seen through it; a translucent body allows light to pass through, but may not permit forms and colors to be distinguished; plate glass is transparent, ground glass is translucent. Limpid refers to a liquid clearness, or that which suggests it; as, limpid streams. That which is distinct is well defined, especially in outline, each part or object standing or seeming apart from any other, not confused, indefinite, or blurred; distinct enunciation enables the hearer to catch every word or vocal sound without perplexity or confusion; a distinct statement is free from indefiniteness or ambiguity; a distinct apprehension of a thought leaves the mind in no doubt or uncertainty regarding it. That is plain, in the sense here considered, which is, as it were, level to the thought, so that one goes straight on without difficulty or hindrance; as, plain language; a plain statement; a clear explanation. Perspicuous is often equivalent to plain, but plain never wholly loses the meaning of unadorned, so that we can say the style is perspicuous tho highly ornate, when we could not call it at once ornate and plain. Compare EVIDENT.
apparent, clear, diaphanous, distinct, evident, explicit, intelligible, limpid, lucid, obvious, pellucid, perspicuous, plain, straightforward, translucent, transparent, unadorned, unambiguous, unequivocal, unmistakable
Clear to the mind; clear in argument; clear of or from annoyances.
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a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or plane
apparent, evident, manifest, patent, plain, unmistakableverb
clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
"the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"; "evident hostility"; "manifest disapproval"; "patent advantages"; "made his meaning plain"; "it is plain that he is no reactionary"; "in plain view"
unembellished, observable, apparent, ostensible, spare, apparent(a), unornamented, patent, plain, sheer, homely, unmistakable, discernible, unmingled, unvarnished, unmixed, evident, unpatterned, bare, seeming(a)
attest, certify, manifest, demonstrate, evidenceverb
provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes
"His high fever attested to his illness"; "The buildings in Rome manifest a high level of architectural sophistication"; "This decision demonstrates his sense of fairness"
record in a ship's manifest
"each passenger must be manifested"
reveal its presence or make an appearance
"the ghost manifests each year on the same day"
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How to use manifest in a sentence?
These numbers suggest the underlying strength in the economy continues and that will manifest itself in GDP growth.
I don’t like bias. I don’t like political bias and this was an incredibly politically charged case as was, and is, the Russia investigation, so politics and political bias is even more important in a case like this. I don’t know why the left is straining to minimize the manifest bias that was exhibited by these agents. I just don’t get it.
I'm not sure if I missed (crime capers), it's just as you get older ... I want to manifest more work, this is a script I wrote 15 years ago ... The genesis of it was ... from a while ago and it just felt like now was the time to make it.
That particular passenger( who was behind the blast) boarded the aircraft on a Turkish Airlines boarding pass and was on the list for the Turkish Airlines manifest.
Disease is an experience of a so-called mortal mind. It is fear made manifest on the body.
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- manifest, manifestarCatalan, Valencian
- manifest, manifestieren, LadungslisteGerman
- manifiesto, evidente, sobordo, profesión de fe, proclamación, manifestar, mostrar, declaración, declaración de carga, revelarSpanish
- manifesti, ilmaista, ilmentymä, ilmeinen, luettelo, matkustajaluettelo, selvittää, rahtiluettelo, ilmetä, ilmoittaaFinnish
- manifeste, profession de foi, mise au point, déclaration, coming out, bordereau, proclamationFrench
- 積荷目録, 宣言, 表明する, 明白な, 明らかなJapanese
- manifest, vrachtlijst, manifesteren, vrachtbriefDutch
- manifest, manifestere, åpenbarNorwegian
- manifesto, dar ao manifestoPortuguese
- явный, проявлять, декларация, проявить, очевидный, проявляться, проявиться, манифестRussian
- tydlig, uppenbarSwedish
- వ్యక్తము, గోచరము, విదితముTelugu
- manifesto, gümrük bildirimiTurkish
- biểu hiệnVietnamese
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