Collections and varities

multifarious
(adj)
mǝl-ti-FARE-i-ǝs
Meaning

varied; made up of many diverse parts or elements

1st Sample Sentence

He did a great deal of multifarious reading during his teenage years, so that by the time he began university at the age of nineteen, he had a much wider general knowledge than most of his colleagues.

Root

multus (much, many) (Latin)

Synonyms

heterogeneous, multifarious, sundry, variegated

Antonyms

homogeneous

Mnemonics

MULTIFARIOUS=MULTI+FARIOUS, farious rhymes with various. so both multi and various means de same. VARIED and GREATLY DIVERSIFIED MULTI (many) + FAR + US = when MANY people come from FAR away to the US, the population gets GREATLY DIVERSIFIED

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