varied[ vair-eed ]SEE DEFINITION OF varied
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Not only millionaires; but also painters and novelists and men and women of varied distinction.
The feelings with which Robert read and his mother listened to this letter, were varied.
Her successes have varied inversely as the length of her trunk-hose.
He is bringing all his powers to bear on them; and he has many and varied powers.
This permits the travel, and consequently the degree of immersion, to be varied.
The company at the table d'hte of the Trois Maures was varied and amusing.
The present style of the umbrella is varied, and sometimes elegant.
That day in every house, in varied occupation, each family was busied.
Sometimes, by way of providing a varied entertainment, they sing a dirge.
Good customs are universal and varied, like native chivalry and self-defence.
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