many sided[ men-ee-sahy-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF many sided
Synonyms for many sided
- all manner of
Antonyms for many sided
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANY SIDED
A boy has so many sides, not only an outside and an inside; he is a many sided being.
It is not devoid of unity, but it is many sided and kaleidoscopic.
When only one part is accented, omit the hyphen; many sided.
The Universe and the Community are extensive and many sided.
In this many sided age one needs to educate muscle, nerves, heart and conscience as well as brain.
Diagonal, dī-ag′o-nal, adj. through the corners, or from an angle to an opposite angle of a four or many sided figure.
The colored wife beautiful of today must be a composite woman because the colored man of today is many sided.
Like most men whose commanding personality dominates the age in which they live, Philip the Good was many sided.
Their work was many sided as a prism, with every angle reflecting a radiant intensity.
And as to his life; it is in no sense superior or even as large and as many sided as that of Socrates.