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1manifesto

noun man·i·fes·to \ˌma-nə-ˈfes-(ˌ)tō\

: a written statement that describes the policies, goals, and opinions of a person or group

plural man·i·fes·tos or man·i·fes·toes

Full Definition of MANIFESTO

:  a written statement declaring publicly the intentions, motives, or views of its issuer

Examples of MANIFESTO

  1. The group's manifesto focused on helping the poor and stopping violence.

Origin of MANIFESTO

Italian, denunciation, manifest, from manifestare to manifest, from Latin, from manifestus
First Known Use: 1620

2manifesto

verb

Definition of MANIFESTO

intransitive verb
:  to issue a manifesto

First Known Use of MANIFESTO

1748

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