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  • n. Plural form of versatility.

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Examples

  • A more substantial second is that the audacities and versatilities which my colleagues and I learned to exercise in the development of radar were very advantageous to the time-table of nuclear research and development.

    The Dangers of the Nuclear Age

  • So also in the adaptabilities and the conveniences of life, in its versatilities and in its enjoyments.

    The Life and Letters of Walter H Page

  • And while their work goes on its way, the brilliant man who refused every sort of thorough training which society could give him, can only stand full of wonder and anger that with all his versatilities he is left to choose between the drudgery of unskilled labor and mere starvation.

    Modern American Prose Selections

  • Thus reassured, his own inner hospitality can freely overflow into the fragrant open air and out upon the lawn -- a lawn whose dimensions are enlarged to both eye and mind, inasmuch as every step around its edges -- around its meandering shrubbery borders -- is made affable and entertaining by Flora's versatilities.

    The Amateur Garden

  • March 20th, 2010 March 20, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): Gowtham Menon was one amongst several film technicians and artists, who were honored for their versatilities in their respective arenas in 2009.

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