Finally, America will have to accept Bill Cosby as a many-sided man, rather than a much-loved pop-culture caricature.
To the religious man, then, the fulness of Christian evidence is as many-sided as human life.
He is a ready fellow, and the ready fellows are many-sided—eh, Maude?'
Being a woman is a complex, many-sided business for which training must be broad and long-continued.
It is the work of a man many-sided in his nature, many-sided in his moods.
Generated as it is by a life of many-sided self-expression, it reflects its origin in its internal constitution.
The fifteenth century is, above all, that of the many-sided men.
Consequently the author's productions became restless, many-sided, and superficial.
It is many-sided, and the study of economy in the use of essentials is but a part of it.
The enthusiasm felt for armour is not surprising; its interest is so many-sided.