Definitions

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  • adv. In a varied manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Diversely.

Etymologies

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varied +‎ -ly

Examples

  • It's just like anywhere else in America, with sometimes better weather and more variedly-hued people.

    Old Sneep

  • The theme is "Firsts" and I want that to be interpreted as widely and variedly as possible.

    Disability Blog Carnival #13 at Ballastexistenz

  • The lover wished that he could feel his longings and his joys so variedly and so harmoniously as the poet’s inspired lips had skill to show them forth; and even the rich man could not of himself discern such costliness in his idol grandeurs, as when they were presented to him shining in the splendour of the poet’s spirit, sensible to all worth, and exalting all.

    Chapter II. Book II

  • We stayed together several days; and our intelligent and gifted landlord had variedly provided for the entertainment of his guests.

    Confessions of a Fair Saint. Book VI

  • The Rod-Susan love adventure, she now saw, was not what it would have seemed -- therefore, would have been -- in Sutherland, but was mere episode of a New York life, giving its light and shade to a certain small part of the long, variedly patterned fabric of her life, and of his, not determining the whole.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise, Volume II

  • Labrador is a land of rainbows and rainbow colours, and nowhere have I ever seen them so brilliant, so frequent and so variedly manifested.

    Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador

  • _ -- "Author and artist have combined to give us one of the very best books on the most variedly beautiful of the home counties."

    Highways and Byways in Surrey

  • He filled the place with his plaint, whilst Binet swore amazingly and variedly.

    Scaramouche

  • Then he swore more amazingly and variedly than ever.

    Scaramouche

  • Not for him in mere activity, nor in the accomplishment of the world's work, no matter how variedly picturesque his particular share of it might be.

    The Rules of the Game

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