other words for many-sidedness
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It is this many-sidedness that leads to the different estimates that are formed of him.
Many-sidedness was almost essential as a pretext for the Innovators.
And now let me say a word, secondly, about the many-sidedness of this universal gift.
The volume of 1833 was in nothing more remarkable than in its proof of the many-sidedness of the author.
It broadens one's perceptions and sympathies, it reveals the many-sidedness of human life.
It is the best means known to humanity of encouraging breadth of mind, many-sidedness of comprehension.
It is peculiar to Beethoven, and is another example of the many-sidedness of the great composer.
But, besides this, a manifold Gospel was needed, in order to meet the wants of man in the many-sidedness of his development.
The many-sidedness of Conwell is one of the things that is always fascinating.
Observe what he says of 'many-sidedness' seeming to trench on opinion and principle.