- characterized by or exhibiting variety; various; diverse; diversified: varied backgrounds.
- changed; altered: a varied estimate.
- having several different colors; variegated.
Origin of varied
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Examples from the Web for unvaried
Simplicity and frankness are the unvaried character of the natives of the plain.Imogen
For a place of residence, I should suppose it might be a little dull, and unvaried.Janet's Love and Service
Margaret M Robertson
"Nothing," answered Walter, with unvaried coolness and determination.The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4
George W. M. Reynolds
This latter part of his life was spent with unvaried regularity.Schopenhauer
The unvaried grin baffled him, and presently he glanced elsewhere.The Business of Life
Robert W. Chambers
- displaying or characterized by variety; diverse
- modified or alteredthe amount may be varied without notice
- varicoloured; variegated
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Word Origin and History for unvaried
"differing from one another," 1580s, from past participle of vary (q.v.).
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