Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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It should describe it in its larger and more various aspects.

The more various the relaters of a story the more embellished the narrative.

Their attitudes were not more various than the expressions upon their faces.

I call it larger and more various than its companions, and it has indeed a greater richness of tone and density of detail.

The women's robes are like those of the men in form, but richer in material, more various with gold and color.

Days, seasons, and years are as wide asunder as the unforeseen can set them, and a crowd of children is not more various.

I am not aware that the flowers of Persia, except the rose, are more beautiful or more various than those of other countries.

With a more various culture, a higher tone of moral sentiment, he was also a learned student and a man of implacable opinions.

After a while I began to long for a less subjective public, a more various audience.

This latter class was more difficult to define than the former—because it is more various within itself.