Adjective "Varied" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈvɛːrɪd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Incorporating a number of different types or elements; showing variation or variety.
  1. 'a long and varied career'
  2. 'But the infantryman's chances varied considerably depending on which division he was in.'
  3. 'He set a very high standard for the many different and varied tasks that he undertook on and for the whole estate.'
  4. 'The use of layered hand-made paper of different quality gives varied texture to the painting.'
  5. 'Michael Bassett has had a rich and varied career, both in politics and history.'
  6. 'I'm much more interested in a career where you can move anywhere and do lots of varied, different things.'
  7. 'For the unpretentious, self-effacing actor he was, Joel McCrea had a remarkably varied career.'
  8. 'Blending elements from varied genres - crime thriller, road movie, noir - Fabio Segatori's picture is somewhat of an oddity.'
  9. 'Frank Delaney has had a long and varied career as a broadcaster and writer.'
  10. 'The concert will include a varied programme with music to suit all tastes.'
  11. 'His work was highly varied, but he became best known for his ingenious use of scrap material.'
  12. 'The varied contributions reflect the different concerns of their authors.'

Definitions

1. characterized by or exhibiting variety; various; diverse; diversified: varied backgrounds.

2. changed; altered: a varied estimate.

3. having several different colors; variegated.

More examples(as adjective)

"divergences can be varied in/at/on percents."

"differences can be varied in/at/on percents."

"terrains can be varied to stretches."

"terrains can be varied from expanses."

"tasks can be varied for theres."

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