variform

[vair-uh-fawrm]
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Origin of variform

First recorded in 1655–65; vari(ous) + -form
Related formsvar·i·form·ly, adverb
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Historical Examples of variform

  • And civilisation is merely the expression of life—a variform utterance which includes love, and hunger, and joy, and death.


British Dictionary definitions for variform

variform

adjective
  1. varying in form or shape
Derived Formsvariformly, adverb
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