from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of all kinds: omnifarious knowledge.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of many or all forms, varieties, or kinds.
- adj. Exceedingly varied.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of all varieties, forms, or kinds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of all varieties, forms, or kinds.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of all varieties or forms or kinds
He -- conformably with his rôle of Sir Oracle, omniscient and omnifarious -- must have his "cartoons" too; and so on p. 22 of the second volume for the same year (No. 105 of the journal) he appeared with No. 1 of his series.
The omnifarious assembly included pale, prim-whiskered young clerks; shabby, lonely, sallow young women, whose sallowness and shabbiness stamped them with the mark of integrity; other females whose specious splendor was not nearly so reassuring; old men, broken-down men, middle-aged men of every description, except the well-to-do.
Through a glass partition one saw the shining kitchen with its large modern range, its rows and rows of the most expensive utensils -- all donations by the omnifarious army of Mlle. Thompson's devotees.
Would not the prolix pages and omnifarious columns of every journal of the day interpose a direct negative?
I cannot pretend to do much, being but a shallow philologist; yet, since I received your last Number, I have lighted on a passage in that volume of "omnifarious information" Croker's _Boswell_, which will not be deemed inapplicable.
His conversation was such as might have been expected from a man whose fancy was so creative, whose knowledge omnifarious, and whose recollection so unbounded.
This new audacious omni-integration strategy to leverage and tie Google's search dominance, search advertising monopoly with and to all of Google's omnifarious products and services that have already been anti-competitively leveraged and tied to Google's dominant search and search advertising, represents a "grand plan" to become the dominant one-stop web platform/destination where people come and never have to leave for any other web property or service.
Of his controversies, those against Popery are the most powerful, because there he had subtleties and obscure reading to contend against; and his wit, acuteness, and omnifarious learning found stuff to work on.
Google predatorily dumps monopoly-subsidized omnifarious products/services to eliminate competition.
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