many-sided

[men-ee-sahy-did]
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adjective
  1. having many sides.
  2. having many aspects: a many-sided question.
  3. having many interests, qualities, accomplishments, etc.; versatile: The typical person of the Renaissance was many-sided.

Origin of many-sided

First recorded in 1650–60
Related formsman·y-sid·ed·ness, noun
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Contemporary Examples of many-sided

Historical Examples of many-sided

  • But he is a many-sided creature, and may still be traced in another line of descent.

    Sophist

    Plato

  • He is a ready fellow, and the ready fellows are many-sided—eh, Maude?'

    Lord Kilgobbin

    Charles Lever

  • His personality was many-sided enough to make his egoism representative.

    Views and Reviews

    William Ernest Henley

  • It is the work of a man many-sided in his nature, many-sided in his moods.

    Personality in Literature

    Rolfe Arnold Scott-James

  • The fifteenth century is, above all, that of the many-sided men.


British Dictionary definitions for many-sided

many-sided

adjective
  1. having many sides, aspects, etca many-sided personality
Derived Formsmany-sidedness, noun
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