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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmultifariousmul‧ti‧far‧i‧ous /ˌmʌltəˈfeəriəs◂ $ -ˈfer-/ adjective formal  VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDSof many different kinds multifarious business activities
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multifariousher multifarious business activitiesTheir nature is multifarious, but they are mainly from other professionals in other organizations or from informed amateur botanists or gardeners.Papworth was both a prolific and multifarious designer.There can be no doubt of Addison's sensitivity to the multifarious qualities of Paradise Lost.Let us begin at the roots of this multifarious society.Summer's Last Will and Testament is a major product of extraordinary and multifarious talent.Or whatever young man currently leads in arousing fantasies of multifarious wealth and women.
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