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varied (adj.)

"changed," early 15c., past-participle adjective from vary (v.). From 1580s as "differing from one another;" as "characterized by variety," from 1732.

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Definitions of varied

varied (adj.)
characterized by variety;
his work is interesting and varied
immigrants' varied ethnic and religious traditions
varied (adj.)
widely different;
varied motives prompt people to join a political party
varied ethnic traditions of the immigrants
Synonyms: wide-ranging
varied (adj.)
broken away from sameness or identity or duplication;
her quickly varied answers indicated uncertainty
From wordnet.princeton.edu