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ad libitum at one's pleasure (used as a musical direction to indicate that a section so marked may be varied, improvised upon, or omitted, as the performer wishes, or as a stage direction to indicate that the performer may improvise).
conglomeration a varied mass or mixture of persons, things, or substances. [1/2 definitions]
diversity the state or condition of being being varied or consisting of various kinds. [1/3 definitions]
manifold abundant and varied. [1/6 definitions]
mixed consisting of opposing or varied parts or elements. [1/2 definitions]
mockingbird any of several gray and white North American songbirds known esp. for their varied songs, which include imitations of the songs of other birds.
multifarious of or having a great variety of parts, forms, or kinds; many and varied.
polychrome having many or varied colors; multicolored. [1/4 definitions]
Psalms a book of the Old Testament that contains a varied collection of prayers, poetry, and hymns, often ascribed to David, Solomon, Moses, and other biblical sages.
relief map a map on which topography is indicated by using three dimensions, varied or graded colors, or shadings.
tabla a pair of different-sized, small drums that are joined together, used esp. in the music of India. The pitch of these drums can be varied.
tapestry something that presents a varied and complex image. [1/3 definitions]
variation the act or process of varying, or the state or condition of being varied; change; changeability. [1/3 definitions]
variegate to make varied or give variety to, esp. by making multicolored.
variety the condition or quality of being varied; diversity. [1/3 definitions]
variform varied in form; having a variety of forms.