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The synonyms of “Varying” are: variable, varied, differing, different
Varying as an Adjective
Definitions of "Varying" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “varying” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Differing in size, amount, degree, or nature.
- Marked by diversity or difference.
Synonyms of "Varying" as an adjective (4 Words)
|different||Novel and unusual.|
Came to a different conclusion.
|differing||Not the same as each other; dissimilar.|
Widely differing circumstances.
|variable||(used of a device) designed so that a property (as e.g. light) can be varied.|
The drill has variable speed.
|varied||Characterized by variety.|
A long and varied career.
Usage Examples of "Varying" as an adjective
- Varying degrees of success.
- The varying angles of roof slope.
Associations of "Varying" (30 Words)
|alter||Make an alteration to.|
This dress needs to be altered.
|another||Any of various alternatives; some other.|
Put it off to another or some other day.
|border||A district near the border between two areas.|
The unknown regions at the borders of physics and electronics.
|change||Undergo a change become different in essence losing one s or its original nature.|
There were marked changes in the lining of the lungs.
|changed||Changed in constitution or structure or composition by metamorphism.|
A greatly changed country after the war.
|compatibility||The ability of one computer, piece of software, etc. to work with another.|
He argues for the compatibility of science and religion.
|degree||Social or official rank.|
A second degree burn.
|difference||The state or condition of being dissimilar.|
The insurance company will pay the difference.
|disjointed||Separated at the joint.|
A disjointed fowl.
|disparate||Including markedly dissimilar elements.|
|dispersed||Distributed or spread over a considerable extent.|
Has ties with many widely dispersed friends.
|distributed||(of a computer system) spread over several machines, especially over a network.|
The distributed supplies are meticulously monitored to make sure everyone gets their share.
|each||(used of count nouns) every one considered individually.|
Each person is mortal.
|fluctuate||Cause to fluctuate or move in a wavelike pattern.|
The stock market fluctuates.
|fluctuation||A wave motion.|
He kept a record of price fluctuations.
|flux||Treat a metal object with a flux to promote melting.|
The newness and flux of the computer industry.
|interscholastic||Used of competition or cooperation between secondary schools.|
|limit||Set or serve as a limit to.|
There are limits on the amount you can bet.
|modification||The grammatical relation that exists when a word qualifies the meaning of the phrase.|
A modification of last year s model.
|overestimate||Make too high an estimate of.|
He overestimated his own powers.
|overrate||Have a higher opinion of (someone or something) than is deserved.|
It is easy to overrate what Frederick achieved.
|parameter||A limit or boundary which defines the scope of a particular process or activity.|
The parameters within which the media work.
|transform||Subject to a mathematical transformation.|
He wanted to transform himself into a successful businessman.
|transformation||A marked change in form, nature, or appearance.|
British society underwent a radical transformation.
|unlike||Marked by dissimilarity.|
He was very unlike to any other man.
|variance||The state or fact of disagreeing or quarrelling.|
They were at variance with all their previous allies.
|variant||Exhibiting variation and change.|
Letters variant in size.
|variation||A deviation of a celestial body from its mean orbit or motion.|
The figures showed marked variation from year to year.
|vary||Be at variance with; be out of line with.|
|widely||To a large degree in nature or character (used to describe considerable variation or difference.|
People in widely different circumstances.