adjective. ['ˈvɛriːd'] characterized by variety.
Words that Rhyme with Varied
Example sentences of the word varied
1. Verb, past tense
Average salaries for insurance medical billing managers varied significantly in most U.S. regions in 2013, according to Indeed.
For the man with an exceptionally varied and exciting past, try a Memory Lane trip.
3. Verb, past participle
Because disorders of the inner ear are varied, the treatments to help calm them are numerous as well.
Quotes containing the word varied
1. Art to me is an anecdote of the spirit, and the only means of making concrete the purpose of its varied quickness and stillness.
- Mark Rothko
2. He was one of the numerous and varied legion of dullards, of half-animated abortions, conceited, half-educated coxcombs, who attach themselves to the idea most in fashion only to vulgarize it and who caricature every cause they serve, however sincerely.
- Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment
3. Her future, she thought, was likely to be worse than her past, for after her years of contented renunciation, she had slipped back into desire and longing; she found joyless days of distasteful occupation harder and harder; she found the image of the intense and varied life she yearned for, and despaired of, becoming more and more importunate.
- George Eliot, The Mill on the Floss
adjective. ['ˈvɛriːd'] broken away from sameness or identity or duplication.
adjective. ['ˈvɛriːd'] widely different.