Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: manifestations
IPA transcription: [m,ænəfɛst'eɪʃənz]
Pronunciations of manifestations
Usage examples
  • This can only be done by becoming part and parcel of its manifestations.
  • Still, it was as I have said many years before I saw any real manifestations of the so-called supernatural.
  • Strange manifestations of nature were reported from the interior, where the ground was opened in many places like a ploughed field.
  • Therefore, it must be our task to prove to the thoughtful by reasonable arguments the prophethood of Moses, of Christ and of the other Divine Manifestations.
  • "Out of the eater came forth meat, out of the strong came forth sweetness." It was the visible synthesis of all the divine manifestations, the winds, the waters, and the flames.
  • These four things were facts--they were the manifestations of what she called the Spirit of the World--and if others called that Power God, yet surely these ought to be considered as His functions.
  • Therefore a word is usually found in their languages analogous to none in any European tongue, a word comprehending all manifestations of the unseen world, yet conveying no sense of personal unity.
  • "As we have not yet discovered any trace of the rude, savage Egypt, but have seen her in her very earliest manifestations already skilful, erudite, and strong, it is impossible to determine the order of her inventions.
  • The exhibitions of force in nature seemed to them the manifestations of that mysterious power felt by their self-consciousness; to combine these various manifestations and recognize them as the operations of one personality, was a step not easily taken.
  • "You know, of course," the doctor went on quietly and deliberately, "that everything in this world is insignificant and uninteresting except the higher spiritual manifestations of the human mind. Intellect draws a sharp line between the animals and man, suggests the divinity of the latter, and to some extent even takes the place of the immortality which does not exist.
0. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording CSI effect, License CC BY-SA 4.0
1. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Transhumanism, License CC BY-SA 4.0
2. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Schizophrenia, License CC BY-SA 4.0
3. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Gaucher's disease, License CC BY-SA 4.0
4. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording S. A. Andrée's Arctic Balloon Expedition of 1897, License CC BY-SA 4.0
5. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Jesus, License CC BY-SA 4.0