manifoldness

[ man-uh-fohld ]SEE DEFINITION OF manifoldness

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Manifoldness is not1118 born of manifoldness, but of something that is not manifold.

His statements are devout and striking, but too rigid for the manifoldness of life.

Heat is the simplest kind of energy from the point of view of manifoldness.

They have been offended at the manifoldness of the Gospel picture.

There was something elusive in the manifoldness of his nature.

In this versatility of his power and the manifoldness of their application he was remarkable.

All living unity is spiritual, not formal; not sameness, but manifoldness.

No writer ever possessed such a manifoldness, or rather, totality of them.

One is impressed with the manifoldness of the work which began in so much simplicity two centuries ago.

From the ball as a symbol of unity, we pass over in a consecutive manner to the manifoldness of form in the cube.

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