having many sides.
having many aspects: a many-sided question.
having many interests, qualities, accomplishments, etc.; versatile: The typical person of the Renaissance was many-sided.
- man·y-sid·ed·ness, noun
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How to use many-sided in a sentence
Finally, America will have to accept Bill Cosby as a many-sided man, rather than a much-loved pop-culture caricature.
It is something like a very large and many-sided crown, built of stone and set upon the ground.Round the Wonderful World | G. E. Mitton
Goethe, who stands at the opposite extreme, as the "many-sided," adds that one must see something beautiful every day.Girls and Women | Harriet E. Paine (AKA E. Chester}
Chalmers, of course, towered 275over all the rest as its man of many-sided genius.
This many-sided genius invented the first calculating machine and the first omnibus.The Stones of Paris in History and Letters, Volume I (of 2) | Benjamin Ellis Martin
The first vision, however, of that many-sided city was almost bewilderingly different from the mental picture.Ocean to Ocean on Horseback | Willard Glazier
British Dictionary definitions for many-sided
having many sides, aspects, etc: a many-sided personality
- many-sidedness, noun
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