variety[ vuh-rahy-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF variety
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VARIETY
He was seated at a table with a variety of papers spread out before him.
In the nearer ranks we may discern the variety of ingredients that compose the mass.
After the onions have been peeled, they may be cooked in a variety of ways.
There is also a variety of scientific mysticism, if such an expression may be permitted.
The village was picturesque, in the variety of its edifices, though all were rude.
Prisoners, too, are commonly allowed to help themselves in a variety of ways.
In this large and happy family there was a variety of pursuits.
They were soon quite intimate, and lightened the way with a variety of conversation.
The bills, as a variety in the funeral procession, almost amounted to a decoration.
Yet it was the variety of his game for which he cared least.