Definition of variously in English:

variously

Line breaks: vari|ous¦ly
Pronunciation: /ˈvɛəriəsli
 
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adverb

In several or different ways: his early successes can be variously accounted for
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  • Radio shows were clogged with callers variously praising and condemning Fleming's decision.
  • He has also served variously as governor of five Kew schools, churchwarden, Justice of the Peace and trustee of local charities.
  • Across the UK, people have reported sightings of animals variously labelled as puma, leopard, panther or lynx.

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