Definition of "multifariousness" [mul•ti•fa•ri•ous•ness]
The characteristic of being multifarious.(noun)
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Use "multifariousness" in a sentence
"Your book is refreshing because you deal with the multifariousness of ordinary, backbreaking work in all its gory reality, without the filtering prism of the upper or middle classes."
"Given the multifariousness of mental states, it is quite likely that the correct position will be some kind of combination of these positions."
"Of course, Boswell's biography is the greater for being the original one and the one uniquely suited to its subject's almost baroque multifariousness, but prejudice against Mrs. Thrale certainly steered Boswell away from any accurate examination of her relationship with Johnson."