variably

All Adverb
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  • His friend treated him very nicely for the most part, if very variably. Cited from The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him, by Ford
  • They form the most variably sized bird order in terms of length.
  • However, both regions are variably received across the whole city.
  • Many other items are variably kept within the medical record.
  • The work-conscience is as variably developed as any other type of conscience. Cited from The Foundations of Personality, by Abraham Myerson
  • Because of this, he refers universally and variably to each man, rather than to a single specific man.
  • These exhibition matches variably have two or three rounds, depending on the rules used for each season.
  • Spawning is variably reported either to be year-round, or to occur mainly from mid-spring to early summer.
  • The tail is variably covered with hair and is dark brown above and white to buffy below.
  • Other members were occasionally and variably brought in for work on single albums, but had no permanent membership in the band.
  • Now created things are in God in an invariable manner; while they exist variably in themselves. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part I (Prima Pars), by Thomas Aquinas
  • They are made up on one Theater Support Officer, and a variably-sized support team.
  • It is also known variably as those that are born in mud and the flower of the sun.
  • These are based variably on how they use their powers in combat, motivation, or the powers' origin.
  • Of his ability the world speaks variably: he is an artist. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • Her husband's gains had been variably great, and they owned a farm of some value near Baltimore. Cited from John Wilkes Booth, by George Alfred Townsend
  • During such an event, agencies and organizations approach matters variably.
  • Adults are pale yellow to brown and may be variably mottled with dark brown.
  • The following variably hyphenated words have been left as in the text. Cited from The Third Great Plague, by John H. Stokes
  • This variably leaves the door open for women's rights to become an even greater issue than it already is in Kiribati.
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Meaning of variably

  • adverb With variation; in a variable manner or to a variable degree
    it will be variably cloudy