Having many aspects, talents, or interests. See Synonyms at versatile. (adjective)
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Use "many-sided" in a sentence
"A many-sided tale of faith and betrayal, drama and intrigue, set in the world of old Edo."
"Her prickly self-scrutiny is as many-sided and full of conflict as the country she both defends and criticizes."
"At that point it became suddenly evident that the Novel as such was capable of being regarded as a means of profoundly serious and many-sided discussion and therefore a meduim of profoundly serious investigation into the human case."