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adjective as in having many dimensions

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Cas then promptly yanked himself into another dimension in a sacrificial attempt to save Dean’s life, but eh, this is Supernatural.

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Ty Rex even took a stab at extending the game to multiple dimensions.

The team noted the sex of each toad and measured body length plus different dimensions of the jaw, legs and feet.

For example, setting dimensions on ads will help your cumulative layout shift metric but many companies refuse to change this because of the need for ad dollars and, because of this, no change will be made.

It gives the impression of a ghost road from another dimension.

George was neither shallow nor superficial; his personality was deep and multidimensional.

“People are uncomfortable with the idea of a multidimensional women,” Sciortino says.

A multidimensional ideological battle needs to be waged and it needs national leadership.

The performances and writing are multidimensional and multilayered.

“Tim is actually more multidimensional than he sometimes gets credit for,” says Sorkin.

This multidimensional aspect of the enrichment group not only makes it more complex, but also increases its potential.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to multidimensional, such as: complex, intricate, involved, multifaceted, complicated, and compound.

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