Definitions of Varieties

  1. of Variety

Usage examples for Varieties

  1. They should grow some of the less familiar varieties and report on the merits of each variety tested. – Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study by Ontario Ministry of Education
  2. It would lead too far here, to follow the history of all our leading varieties, though many a goodly story might be told of them. – The Cultivation of The Native Grape, and Manufacture of American Wines by George Husmann
  3. He explained the best method of preserving and mounting them, and told her of other and less dangerous places along the shore where she might get some new varieties. – Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908 by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  4. The varieties of sugar- cane are numerous, and the names vary much in different districts. – Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official by William Sleeman
  5. There are varieties of marble without end. – Diggers in the Earth by Eva March Tappan
  6. Each year new varieties are put upon the market and if one wishes to follow the new ideas they will be forced to constantly change the plants. – Garden Ornaments by Mary H. Northend
  7. America thus became the refuge for those who had any peculiarity of religious belief, until to- day no doubt more varieties of religion may be found here than almost anywhere else in the world. – Comic History of the United States by Bill Nye
  8. In England all gentlemen wear tall black silk band- boxes on their heads, and in America they have a choice among several varieties of round tight boxes. – The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society by Upton Sinclair
  9. Socialism has as many varieties as religion- some as bad and some as good- and from them must be selected those worth having. – Practical Politics; or, the Liberalism of To-day by Alfred Farthing Robbins
  10. In 1886 all four varieties- i. – Disease in Plants by H. Marshall Ward
  11. If we can either find, or produce, the agent A in such varieties of circumstances, that the different cases have no circumstance in common except A; then whatever effect we find to be produced in all our trials, is indicated as the effect of A. Suppose, for example, that A is tried along with B and C, and that the effect is a b c; and suppose that A is next tried with D and E, but without B and C, and that the effect is a d e. – A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive (Vol. 1 of 2) by John Stuart Mill
  12. Apart from this potato which bears his name, Mr. Burbank has produced many other varieties. – Marvels of Modern Science by Paul Severing
  13. We have four or five clowns, in as many varieties of grotesque costume, as well as a lady clown in befitting dress; but we hear none of them speak, not even the lady clown, while in the country circus the old clown of our childhood, one and indivisible, makes the same style of jokes, if not the very same jokes, that we used to hear there. – Short Stories and Essays From "Literature and Life" by William Dean Howells
  14. Not only do comets present great varieties in appearance, but even the aspect of a single object undergoes great change. – The Story of the Heavens by Robert Stawell Ball
  15. There seem to be two varieties of the species. – My Tropic Isle by E J Banfield
  16. There was a humour of form and expression which had many local varieties. – Marriage by H. G. Wells
  17. Many of these varieties are represented in the work of a single writer, as Crowne, or Lee, or Otway. – Tragedy by Ashley H. Thorndike
  18. One cause of irregular dyeing may be mentioned, as it is occasionally met with, namely, the presence of foreign fibres in the goods, cotton in wool fabrics, and even of different varieties of the same fibre. – The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics by Franklin Beech
  19. There were flowers of many varieties, but few of each variety. – The Secret of Sarek by Maurice Leblanc
  20. They show exactly the same varieties of temper that human creatures might. – The Ethics of the Dust by John Ruskin