many-sided

[ men-ee-sahy-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF many-sided

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But he is a many-sided creature, and may still be traced in another line of descent.

He is a ready fellow, and the ready fellows are many-sided—eh, Maude?'

His personality was many-sided enough to make his egoism representative.

It is the work of a man many-sided in his nature, many-sided in his moods.

The fifteenth century is, above all, that of the many-sided men.

It is many-sided, and the study of economy in the use of essentials is but a part of it.

The life of many-sided growth is also a life of self-expression.

He, more than any other, seems to show us how many-sided our human nature is.

His mathematical work was only a branch 37 of his many-sided activities.

The ground plan shows that it was really a many-sided building.

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