|Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.|
|Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties|
|Division (II) Communication of Ideas|
| Section II. Modes of Communication|
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|NOUN:||MANIFESTATION, unfoldment, unfolding; plainness &c. adj.; plain speaking; expression; showing &c. v.; exposition, demonstration, séance, materialization; exhibition, production; display, show-down [slang], show, showing off [colloq.]; premonstration [obs.].|
[THING SHOWN] exhibit, exhibition, exposition, show [colloq.], performance.
INDICATION [See calling attention to]; publicity [See Publication]; disclosure [See Disclosure]; openness (honesty) [See Veracity], (artlessness) [See Artlessness]; épanchement [F.]; saliency, prominence.
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|VERB:||MAKE or RENDER MANIFEST &c. adj.; materialize; bring -forth, - forward, - to the front, - into view; give notice; express; represent, set forth, evidence, exhibit; show, - up; expose; produce; hold up -, expose- to view; set -, place -, lay- before -one, - ones eyes; tell to ones face; trot out [colloq.], put through ones paces [colloq.], show ones paces, show off [colloq.]; show forth, unveil, bring to light, display, demonstrate, unroll; lay open; draw out, bring out; bring out in strong relief; call -, bring- into notice; hold up the mirror to; wear ones heart upon his sleeve; show ones -face, - colors; manifest oneself; speak out; make no -mystery, - secret- of; unfurl the flag; proclaim (publish) [See Publication].|
indicate (direct attention to) [See Attention]; disclose [See Disclosure]; translate, transcribe, decipher, decode; elicit [See Discovery]
BE MANIFEST &c. adj.; appear (be visible) [See Visibility]; transpire (be disclosed) [See Disclosure]; speak for itself, stand to reason; stare one in the face, loom large, appear on the horizon, rear its head; give -token, - sign, - indication of; tell its own tale (intelligible) [See Intelligibility]; go without saying, be self-evident.
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|ADJECTIVE:||MANIFEST, apparent; salient, striking, demonstrative, prominent, in the foreground, notable, pronounced.|
FLAGRANT; notorious (public) [See Publication]; arrant; stark-staring; unshaded, glaring.
PLAIN, clear, defined, definite, distinct, conspicuous (visible) [See Visibility]; obvious, evident, unmistakable, conclusive, indubitable, not to be mistaken, palpable, self-evident, autoptic or autoptical; intelligible [See Intelligibility]; clear as -day, - daylight, - noonday; plain as -a pikestaff [colloq.], - the sun at noonday, - the nose on ones face [colloq.], - way to parish church [colloq.].
ostensible; open, - as day; overt, patent, express, explicit; naked, bare, literal, downright, undisguised, exoteric.
UNRESERVED; frank, plain-spoken (artless) [See Artlessness].
BAREFACED, brazen, bold, shameless, daring, flaunting, risqué [F.], loud.
MANIFESTED &c. v.; disclosed [See Disclosure]; capable of being shown, producible; unconcealable.
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|ADVERB:||MANIFESTLY, openly &c. adj.; before ones eyes, under ones nose [colloq.], under ones very eyes, to ones face, face to face, above board, cards on the table, cartes sur table [F.], on the stage, in open court, in the open streets, in plain sight, in the open, at the cross-roads, in the market place, in market overt; in the face of -day, - heaven; in- broad -, open- daylight; without reserve; at first blush, primâ facie [L.], on the face of; in set terms.|
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- Cela saute aux yeux.
- He that runs may read.
- You can see it with half an eye.
- It needs no ghost to tell us.
- The meaning lies on the surface.
- Cela va sans dire.
- Res ipsa loquitur.
- Clothing the palpable and familiar.Coleridge
- Fari quæ sentiat.
- Volto sciolto i pensieri stretti.