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Word of the Day — April 30, 2013
April 30, 2013 - Scott Viau
multifarious - MULTEE-fair-ee-us - having many varied parts or aspects
Example: "Anthony Lane makes a comparison of the language & style in the film 'In the House' with that of James Joyce's 'Ulysses': the urge to try out every conceivable style, not as a show or skill but in a bid to grasp a world so rich and multifarious that it threatens, or rejoices, to elude our clutches. Truth is stranger than diction.'"
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