Definition of Manifesters
1. manifester [n] - See also: manifester
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Manifesters
Literary usage of Manifesters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris by Henry Du Pre Labouchere (1872)
"The leading ranks of the manifesters endeavoured by their eloquence to convince ... They did not halt, notwithstanding the entreaties of the manifesters, ..."
2. Shaker Sermons: Scripto-rational. Containing the Substance of Shaker by Harvey L. Eads (1879)
"The hands, the eyes, the brain, and organs of speech were the manifesters of the anointed Jesus, or Christ. The commissioned, the anointed, the quickened ..."
3. Leaves from the autobiography of Tommaso Salvini by Tommaso Salvini (1893)
"I took them all and threw them into the most fervent group of manifesters, and while these were busy picking up the cards, I had time to get out of my ..."
4. English Music 1604 to 1904: Being the Lectures Given at the Music Loan by Worshipful Company of Musicians (1906)
"Locke's preface is written in terms of considerable asperity, and opens with the following reflection:— "That Poetry and Musick, the chief manifesters of ..."
5. Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India by John Muir (1873)
"... is wrong, since even a thousand manifesters do not increase the object which they manifest, as a jar is not made larger by a thousand lamps. ..."