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omnifarious

Syllabification: om·ni·far·i·ous
Pronunciation: /ˌämnəˈferēəs
 
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Definition of omnifarious in English:

adjective

formal
Comprising or relating to all sorts or varieties.

Origin

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

Derivatives

omnifariously

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • It firstly sets up the foundation of educational software in China adopting intelligent technique omnifariously.
  • And when they come omnifariously, I will unite them together consolidatedly until they will be One Nation, Indivisible.

omnifariousness

2
noun
Example sentences
  • The film's lasting power lies in its omnifariousness, which enables it to withstand any number of readings.
  • George Washington's Farewell Address is as close to an expression of early American political omnifariousness as one might find.

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