or multilayer\ˌməl-tē-ˈlā-ər , -ˌtī- , -ˈler \
Definition of multilayered
: having or involving several distinct layers, strata, or levels
Examples of multilayered in a Sentence
The novel's plot is multilayered.
Recent Examples on the WebSmulder says the company’s counterdrone technology, active at 50 prisons around the world, addresses many of these technical limitations, with a multilayered system capable of tracking the radio frequency signals of 200 drone models.
Wired, 31 July 2022 The bills were announced on the eve of a prime-time hearing by the House committee investigating the events surrounding the Jan. 6 attack, including Mr. Trump’s multilayered effort to invalidate his defeat.
New York Times, 20 July 2022 In the hearing room on Tuesday, Representative Jamie Raskin, Democrat of Maryland and a member of the select committee, sought to draw a road map of Mr. Trump’s multilayered effort to overturn his defeat, unfolding in three concentric rings.
Luke Broadwater, New York Times, 12 July 2022 In this little-visited slice of Northern California, a mass shooting that occurred nearly five years ago has in some cases left behind battered people who have yet to reckon with its multilayered effects.
Los Angeles Times, 9 July 2022 However, digital transformation is a multilayered process that requires precision, expertise and careful planning.
Tom Hileman, Forbes, 15 June 2022 The strategy is part of a broader, multilayered effort to address an area that is the center of the region’s opioid abuse and homelessness epidemic.
Globe Staff, BostonGlobe.com, 7 July 2022 The multilayered narrative is launched in the pilot when a young man is murdered in the streets.
Los Angeles Times, 7 July 2022 The song soon swelled to a stomping rocker as the five-piece rock band built out a multilayered melody in front of a stage set with glowing orbs.
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