An example of a manifesto is an announcement of a new plan for the local government to reduce crime.
nounpl. -·toes or -·tos
Origin of manifestoItalian from manifestare, manifest
nounpl. man·i·fes·toes, or man·i·fes·tos
intransitive verbman·i·fes·toed, man·i·fes·to·ing, man·i·fes·toes
Origin of manifestoItalian from Latin manifestus clear, evident ; see manifest .
(plural manifestos or manifestoes or manifesti)
(third-person singular simple present manifestos, present participle manifestoing, simple past and past participle manifestoed)
- (intransitive) To issue a manifesto