Definition for varied (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), var·ied, var·y·ing.
verb (used without object), var·ied, var·y·ing.
Origin of vary
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Since 1987, there have been roughly 1,300 cases filed under the blasphemy laws, according to varied reports.Disco Mullah Blasphemy Row Highlights Pakistan’s Hypocrisy|Shaheen Pasha|December 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Do the varied autopsy reports support or contradict witness testimony?
When a country spreads over a large and varied land mass, connections can be as important as resources.
Though that varied greatly by region, it made up nearly a third of the total cost.Free Market Failure: Raising a Kid Is a Rigged Game in the USA|Monica Potts|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The truth is that diet should be varied and no single vegetable produces “miracle” results.
The outlines were more rugged and varied than those of Samoa, and the growth of bush was certainly more luxuriant.Stevenson's Shrine|Laura Stubbs
The cost of some headings in the new red sandstone which the writer recently inspected, varied from 30s.
The styles of card and envelope are so varied that none are more fashionable than others.A Hand-book of Etiquette for Ladies|Anonymous
Since then I have not questioned her as often—perhaps only once a week, and her replies have varied, some being very good.Lola|Henny Kindermann
Nothing less than the possession of them would, to his thinking, round out a varied and active career.The Drums Of Jeopardy|Harold MacGrath