from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Occurring in or having many forms or shapes.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having more than one shape or appearance.
- n. An organism, folktale, etc. that appears in more than one form.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having many forms, shapes, or appearances.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having many forms; highly diversiform; polymorphic.
- n. That which is multiform; that which gives a multiplied representation or many repetitions of anything.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. occurring in or having many forms or shapes or appearances
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Himself a Muay Thai fighter, Tony Jaa (or his character) joins in multiform bootleg fighting bouts.
She was famous as a Daughter of Liberty, as well as women in multiform states, together with Maryland, New Jersey, as well as Virginia, followed her e.g. by starting similar fundraising organizations.
The gas crisis has lifted public doubts about the countrys monopolistic gas marketplace as well as the genius of PetroChina as well as Sinopec, the countrys categorical gas suppliers, which released emergency gas in multiform provinces as well as regions together with Chongqing municipality as well as Zhejiang range due to the remarkable increased expenditure as well as limited storage.
The most aggressive called a glioblastoma, multiform, which is highly aggressive and carries a very poor prognosis.
I remember the glint of numerous rings, the multiform badges of honor set jangling, it was the last thing I recall...
Few writers have been able to convey the multiform varieties of daily tedium in language so rich and layered that the experience seems almost delightful.
(Among them: James Corr, a Lehman Brothers casualty turned stay-at-home dad who has invented a mountable wall ledge to hang marathon medals; massage therapist Natalia Rodriguez, creator of a multiform pillow; and military veteran turned film extra Bruce Taylor, the man behind the Mighty Mouth Suck It Up, a dust-free sander.)
Through two and a half millennia, it has evolved as the visual expression of a multiform religious persona.
Ivo Otasevic is a Serbian architect who designed a multiform chair that, at the same time, is noted for its simplicity of design. a Chair is the name of the object that led Otasevic towards the lights of worldwide recognition in the last Design Fair of Milan.
It is geared toward reaching the viewer through a constant multiform dialogue engaging him/her to connect to hidden clues and to uncover unspoken truths.
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