from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make different; to vary or variegate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To make different; to vary; to variegate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To diversify; variegate; color variously.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
After making a few calls to varify this could be a record, I encouraged Jim to get it weighted.
Guy I know in Forida said one (reticulatd? python) ate his dog,. couldnt varify,. but no rreasson not to believe him.
Could someone varify rather the place is still open?
Can you varify this person and what they said as a challenge at the DNC meeting on Saturday or where I can find on the web?
She also made a great many discoveries on her own and even after her brothers death worked hard to varify his discoveries something that is often seen as dull but is if anything more valuable to the world at large.
Comic: Penny Century offshoot from the Love and Rockets series this is a mature reader so you have to go behind the counter and varify your age .
I gave him a written warning, to varify the contact, and sent him on his way.
I wonder if this method although expensive could be used to varify ethnically mixed groups, such as European and Native American mixes.
Booda kat says that, evn if da words come out of my verry mouth, don truss them unles yous can varify them.
After seeing whole voting districts in Harlem in which zero votes were registered for Obama while huge number of residents claim to have voted for him, I like the idea of being able to log in to varify that my vote has been cast and registered appropriately.
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