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Definition of "varying" []

  • Present participle of vary. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "varying" in a sentence
  • "Honduras on the Pacific side are sentenced for a term varying in length according to their luck, which is generally bad."
  • "* A person convicted of converting a Christian to Islamism is sentenced, according to the criminal code (§184), to the loss of all civil rights, and to imprisonment with hard labour for a term varying from eight to ten years."
  • "They should be allowed the benefit of a doubt, and peccadilloes should be ignored; but when no doubt exists that a man was engrainedly mean and cowardly, his reputation must remain in the Purgatory of Time for a term varying from, say, a hundred to two thousand years."