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vary

verb

Definition of VARY

1
to be unlike; to not be the same <opinions by experts on the subject vary>
Synonyms contrast, vary
Near Antonyms accord, agree, conform, correspond
Antonyms compare, match
2
to make different in some way <varied the method occasionally for the sake of experimentation>
Antonyms fix, freeze, set, stabilize
3
to occur within a continuous range of variation <the appliance store is offering discounts that vary from 10 to 40 percent, depending upon the brand>
Synonyms go, range, vary
4
to pass from one form, state, or level to another <terrain that constantly varied as we traveled from the coast to the interior>
Antonyms plateau, stabilize

April 02, 2015
capricious Hear it
impulsive or unpredictable
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