Certainly the Proclamation was variously appreciated and feared in its own day, by friends and foes alike.
What I mean is: I want the GOP to be a truly conservative party and dedicate itself to conservative ends, variously defined.
His spies were variously louche, opportunistic, greedy, brave, and idealistic.
The spiritual viewpoints of the three men are variously embodied in the moon.
He called him variously “a conjuror,” “a magician,” and “a false prophet.”
These habitations are as variously placed as the taste of their owners may chance to dictate.
By writers, both old and modern, he has been variously classed.
The rising power of Bruce is variously testified otherwise than by the progress of his army.
This allegory has been variously estimated as a merit or defect of the poem.
From plums, pears, and apples, variously flavoured to palate.
early 15c., "characterized by variety," from Middle French varieux, from Latin varius "changing, different, diverse" (see vary). Meaning "different from one another" is recorded from 1630s. Related: Variously.