vary[ vair-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF vary
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The nature of these ties must vary with the different problems of different areas.
He was something to vary the monotony of the great solemn silence of our world.
They vary in form, color, and disposition, and also in the quality of their hair.
These are very novel, beautiful to look at, and the flavors may vary to taste.
He might vary in the expression of his belief, but the belief itself was as immovable as the mountains.
The number may vary on one side or the other, but this is a fair estimate.
And, lastly, the dispositions and voices of the birds may vary.
Then vary the speed to see what the maximum charging rate is.
I could vary the focal point from a few feet to several miles.
It may vary, and should vary considerably in different cases.