multiform

[ muhl-tuh-fawrm ]SEE DEFINITION OF multiform
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Its manifestations are multiform but they have a common source.

His career and transformations on the Continent were multiform.

The exact measurement of so multiform a force is impossible.

The more we study him, the more are we astonished at his multiform genius.

His variety and multiform genius cannot otherwise be accounted for.

The Hindoos worship their multiform gods of the earth, air and sea.

Here is a detachment of Home Guards, whose "uniform is multiform."

But how is the influence of God upon this multiform universe to be understood?

The coats are as multiform, a long, close-fitting one being the most popular.

The floor was inlaid with divers woods in multiform patterns.

WORD ORIGIN

also multi-form, c.1600, from French multiforme or Latin multiformis "many-shaped, manifold," from multus "much, many" (see multi-) + forma "shape" (see form (n.)).

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