Muslim Americans are valuable, if largely unrecognized, assets to a variegated American fabric.
The case is different with the giant thistle (with variegated leaves) of the Pampas, for I met with it in the valley of the Sauce.
In his hands he held a great bunch of variegated circus bills.
Great numbers of these variegated feathers are to be found in the deserted lodge of the little man.
Do not manure the ground for golden or variegated leaved shrubs.
The front of its breast is of a red colour, its back is variegated with green, and its sides as if embroidered.
The gills are attached, not broad, ascending, variegated with gray and black.
With these the variegated Japan Honeysuckle might be freely used, much of its yellow veining turning to a bright red in winter.
The gills are adnexed, dark slate-colored, variegated with black spores.
This is but an accidental variety of the Common Red-leaved Sage, differing only in its variegated foliage.
"to mark with different colors," 1640s (implied in variegation), from Late Latin variegatus "made of various sorts or colors," past participle of variegare "diversify with different colors," from varius "spotted, changing, varying" (see vary) + root of agere "to drive" (see act). Related: Variegated; vareiegating.