vary

[ vair-ee ]
/ ˈvɛər i /

verb (used with object), var·ied, var·y·ing.

verb (used without object), var·ied, var·y·ing.

Origin of vary

1300–50; Middle English varien < Latin variāre, equivalent to vari(us) (see various) + -āre infinitive suffix

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British Dictionary definitions for unvarying

vary

/ (ˈvɛərɪ) /

verb varies, varying or varied

to undergo or cause to undergo change, alteration, or modification in appearance, character, form, attribute, etc
to be different or cause to be different; be subject to change
(tr) to give variety to
(intr foll by from) to differ, as from a convention, standard, etc
(intr) to change in accordance with another variableher mood varies with the weather; pressure varies directly with temperature and inversely with volume
(tr) music to modify (a theme) by the use of variation

Derived Forms

varying, adjectivevaryingly, adverb

Word Origin for vary

C14: from Latin variāre, from varius various
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Medicine definitions for unvarying

vary

[ vârē ]

v.

To make or cause changes in the characteristics or attributes of; modify or alter.
To undergo or show change.
To be different; deviate.
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