The idea of living a multifarious identity is something that has always occurred to me to be absolutely the norm.
In many great novels, the multifarious content necessitates a certain largesse of form.
Now that we have gotten over these multifarious horribles, we are obliged to ponder the bigger picture.
This book intimately and expertly covers his multifarious activities during each of these great crises.
multifarious as were these occupations, they consumed but a portion of his restless activity.
She was a trim yacht, notwithstanding her multifarious employments.
One would hardly credit the multifarious channels through which this canine scourge can be propagated.
His occupations during this period were multifarious enough.
Lucas was an artist of multifarious powers and very early development.
His sympathies are multifarious and diverse; he loves everything.
1590s, from Latin multifarius "manifold," from multifariam (adv.) "on many sides; in many places or parts," perhaps originally "that which can be expressed in many ways," from multi- "many" (see multi-) + -fariam, adverbial suffix (cf. bifariam "in two places"), from PIE *dwi-dhe- "making two." Related: Multifariously; multifariousness. Earlier forms of the word in English were multiphary (adv.); multipharie (adj.), both mid-15c.