Adjective(1) having many aspects or qualities
(1) And if you have an aversion to the colour brown in all its multifarious shades, be warned: it's everywhere - flooring, panelling, furniture etc.(2) Since 1996, when UNESCO declared April 23 as the World Book and Copyright Day, people across the world have been promoting books, reading, literacy and culture in multifarious ways.(3) When do we start examining the upsides of fluid and multifarious attention, rather than popping off reactionary warnings about the dangers of being ├ö├ç├┐addicted├ö├ç├û to communications?(4) In the end it became very difficult to live with all the multifarious characters that inhabited his persona.(5) Your contribution to European Letters is quite impressive and multifarious : ruminations on real estate, restaurant reviews, and the recent launch of a landmark birthday book series.(6) Of course, there will be more attacks: the country's enemies are multifarious and growing in number by the day.(7) It may also be a basic question of vantage point; the view of Boulevard du Temple is arguably the kind of multifarious photograph destined to be read like scattered small print.(8) Once the important association between diplomacy and colonialism is outlined the book attempts to unweave the complex transformation from great political and diplomatic structures to a more multifarious international system.(9) Yet another dimension is that regulators find it increasingly difficult to monitor the multifarious activities of the multinational, multifunctional bank.(10) Jones's accents are mostly right, but her diverse body language and multifarious material are always spot-on.(11) And those groups are so multifarious that the president's freedom of maneuver will be significantly curtailed.(12) I too enjoyed the multifarious offerings of the Glasgow Art Fair, and had a good ponder over Glasgow's International Art Festival contributions.(13) The president should call a meeting of core groups of leaders regardless of political affiliation to help tackle the nation's multifarious critical problems.(14) Also, since the 50% figure is assessed across the field of your investments, this suits thrifty savers with a huge and multifarious pension pot, not the buy-to-let landlady with a couple of properties.(15) In the French islands of the archipelago and in the former Spanish territories, such families are Creoles, and see themselves as part of a local, complex, multifarious culture.(16) Functionally, it is used to host conferences and meetings for the aluminium industry and to inform the public of the multifarious creative uses of assorted aluminium products.
(1) multifarious :: multifarious
1. diverse ::
2. many ::
3. numerous ::
4. various ::
5. varied ::
7. multiple ::
8. multitudinous ::
9. multiplex ::
10. manifold ::
11. multifaceted ::
12. different ::
13. heterogeneous ::
14. miscellaneous ::
15. assorted ::
16. myriad ::
17. divers ::
Different Formsmultifarious, multifariously, multifariousness
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