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- v. Present participle of vary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from vary.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked by diversity or difference
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Honduras on the Pacific side are sentenced for a term varying in length according to their luck, which is generally bad.
* A person convicted of converting a Christian to Islamism is sentenced, according to the criminal code (§184), to the loss of all civil rights, and to imprisonment with hard labour for a term varying from eight to ten years.
They should be allowed the benefit of a doubt, and peccadilloes should be ignored; but when no doubt exists that a man was engrainedly mean and cowardly, his reputation must remain in the Purgatory of Time for a term varying from, say, a hundred to two thousand years.
Among these tribes the creation and control of the world and the things thereof are ascribed to "wa-kan-da" (the term varying somewhat from tribe to tribe), just as among the Algonquian tribes omnipotence was assigned to "ma-ni-do" ( "Manito the Mighty" of
I have, for example, read “Jane Eyre” at least fifteen times, first at the age of twelve, and in varying intervals for the past twenty-five years since then.
At any given time, we're in varying stages of life; just entering military spousedom, no deployment on the horizon, pre-deployment, deployment, post-deployment, approaching service separation, etc.
In the Pacific Ocean and parts of the Red Sea, bubble coral can be found in varying species, colors and forms.
In any weather cycle, we have extremes, varying from the very hot to the very cold, and as one meteorologist made clear yesterday, the snow we have had this week was, 30 years ago, a once in every five years event.
Hundreds of presentations in varying length are available to you from your laptop or smartphone.
Are an entrenched that live in varying degrees of our acceptance.