Etymology
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omnifarious (adj.)

"of all varieties, forms, or kinds," 1650s, from Late Latin omnifarius "of all sorts," from Latin omnifariam "in all places or parts, on all sides," from omnis "all" (see omni-) + -fariam "parts" (see -farious). Related: Omnifariously; omnifariousness.

updated on August 23, 2019

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Definitions of omnifarious from WordNet

omnifarious (adj.)
of all varieties or forms or kinds;
omnifarious reading
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