Having a variety of colors; variegated.(adjective)
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Use "varicolored" in a sentence
"His rimed brows turned to cataracts as he whirled about; his mustache, still frozen, seemed gemmed with diamonds and turned the light in varicolored rays; while the flying feet slipped on the chunks of ice which rattled from his moccasins and German socks."
"An old proverb states: "When the dragon arises, the varicolored clouds follow.""
"Nora lifted the first lid and took out a conical shell—a black-footed limpet—turning it over and admiring all the varicolored stripes."