The state of being variegated; diversified coloration.(noun)
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Use "variegation" in a sentence
"What becomes clear is that, as there has been a multitude of Christian and Jewish dialogue projects, there has also been a multitude and variegation of Muslim scholarly dialogue projects and establishments."
"It is a question of a little more green here, a slightly sharper indent there, a hint of variegation on a leaf or pedicel."
"I adore all shades of blue, purple, and white, plus anything with silver leaves or white variegation."