be subject to change make something more diverse and varied
- "Vary the menu"
- "Prices vary according to the season"
characterized by variety
- "Her quickly varied answers indicated uncertainty"
- "His work is interesting and varied"
- "The immigrants had varied ethnic and religious traditions"
widely different broken away from sameness or or identity or duplication
- "varied motives prompt people to join a political party"
- "The varied life of Christine."
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