1. having many parts or sides
Syn: ↑multilateral
Ant: ↑unilateral (for: ↑multilateral)
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2. having many aspects

a many-sided subject


a multifaceted undertaking


multifarious interests


the multifarious noise of a great city


a miscellaneous crowd

Similar to: ↑varied
Derivationally related forms: ↑multifariousness (for: ↑multifarious)
3. full of variety or interest

a many-sided personality

Similar to: ↑colorful, ↑colourful

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