- Many-sided Ma"ny-sid`ed, a.
1. Having many sides; -- said of figures. Hence, presenting
many questions or subjects for consideration; as, a
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many-sided — many sidedness, n. /men ee suy did/, adj. 1. having many sides. 2. having many aspects: a many sided question. 3. having many interests, qualities, accomplishments, etc.; versatile: The typical person of the Renaissance was many sided. [1650 60]… … Universalium
many-sided — adj consisting of many different qualities or features ▪ a complex many sided personality … Dictionary of contemporary English
many-sided — [men′ē sīd΄id] adj. 1. having many sides or aspects 2. having many possibilities, qualities, interests, or accomplishments many sidedness n … English World dictionary
many-sided — *versatile, all around … New Dictionary of Synonyms
many-sided — adjective 1. having many parts or sides • Syn: ↑multilateral • Ant: ↑unilateral (for: ↑multilateral) • Similar to: ↑bilateral, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
many-sided — man′y sid′ed adj. 1) having many sides or aspects: a many sided question[/ex] 2) having many interests or talents; versatile: a many sided person[/ex] • Etymology: 1650–60 man′y sid′ed•ness, n … From formal English to slang
many-sided — /ˈmɛni saɪdəd/ (say menee suyduhd) adjective 1. having many sides. 2. having many aspects, capabilities, etc.: *Though the truth is often many sided, and difficult to see from every angle. –patrick white, 1976. –many sidedness, noun … Australian English dictionary
many sided — Synonyms and related words: able to adapt, adaptable, adjustable, all around, alterable, alterative, amalgamated, ambidextrous, ambiguous, ambivalent, amphibious, bifacial, bilateral, blended, changeable, checkered, combined, complex, composite,… … Moby Thesaurus
many-sided — adjective Date: 1570 1. having many sides or aspects 2. having many interests or aptitudes • many sidedness noun … New Collegiate Dictionary
many-sided — adjective a) Having many sides; polygonal b) Having many aspects … Wiktionary