- manifesto (n.)
- "public declaration," 1640s, from Italian manifesto "public declaration explaining past actions and announcing the motive for forthcoming ones," originally "proof," from Latin manifestus (see manifest (adj.)).
- 1. The manifesto is long-winded, repetitious and often ambiguous or poorly drafted.
- 2. The manifesto gives pride of place to job creation.
- 3. The Tories are currently drawing up their election manifesto.
- 4. Their new manifesto hardly threatens to bring the whole edifice of capitalism crashing down.
- 5. I was involved in the preparation of Labour's manifesto.
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