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omnifarious Line breaks: omni|far¦ious
Pronunciation: /ˌɒmnɪˈfɛːrɪəs/

Definition of omnifarious in English:

adjective

formal
Comprising or relating to all sorts or varieties: the views of passengers travelling on the Clapham omnibus these days are omnifarious

Origin

Mid 17th century: from late Latin omnifarius + -ous; compare with multifarious.

Words that rhyme with omnifarious

Aquarius, calcareous, Darius, denarius, gregarious, hilarious, multifarious, nefarious, precarious, Sagittarius, senarius, Stradivarius, temerarious, various, vicarious

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