Monday, June 28, 1999
multifarious adjective [muhl-tuh-FAIR-ee-uhs] Having great diversity or variety; of various kinds; diversified.
Definitions for multifarious
- Having great diversity or variety; of various kinds; diversified.
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Citations for multifarious
She is good at constructing a long, multifarious narrative, weaving many minor stories into one, so that you are left with a sense of the fluidity and ambiguity of historical interpretation.
Men's opinions, accordingly, on what is laudable or blamable, are affected by all the multifarious causes which influence their wishes in regard to the conduct of others, and which are as numerous as those which determine their wishes on any other subject.
Origin of multifarious
Multifarious derives from Latin multifariam, "on many sides; in many places."