- v. present participle of manifest.
“If you find that your actions are sometimes not lining up to support your goals, you may want to buddy up with a good friend who is also interested in manifesting their own specific goals, and both do the process, checking in weekly and supporting each other to completion.”
“They are all important and all play a role in manifesting your reality.”
“Were this the only incident of McCain manifesting his temper (or one of a scant few), I would probably shrug it off and say to my fellow Dems to leave him alone.”
“At least, not if consciousness plays a role in manifesting the 'real'.”
“They know the difference between darkness and light; and know that genuine love consists in manifesting chastity of heart, which lives upon love alone, and does not pride itself on dissimulation, which is a vice.”
“Dunwoodie was by his side and held his hand, giving frequent and stern injunctions to the men to proceed with care, and, in short, manifesting all the solicitude that the most tender friendship could, on such an occasion, inspire.”
“God, in manifesting himself to his people, considers their frame.”
“Christ, in manifesting himself to those that seek him, often outdoes their expectations.”
“I was not fluent in Serbian and didn't want to publicize it by asking people questions in English manifesting I was American.”
“As the side effects begin manifesting, Fred’s perception of reality begins to blur as the cop and the criminal become two separate personalities.”
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