During the period of my absence, short as it was, another change had passed over this most multiform of living beings.
Its manifestations are multiform but they have a common source.
A deep sigh followed the confession of these multiform imperfections; and the culprit half raised her head to watch their effect.
His career and transformations on the Continent were multiform.
Besides this stability of natural things, the multiform interests of the two sections would, in the main, continue as they are.
The exact measurement of so multiform a force is impossible.
multiform, mul′ti-form, adj. having many forms, polymorphic.
The more we study him, the more are we astonished at his multiform genius.
In man, talent varies, and the mind wavers; consequently, his will is multiform and vague.
His variety and multiform genius cannot otherwise be accounted for.
multiform mul·ti·form (mŭl'tə-fôrm')
Occurring in or having many forms or shapes; polymorphic.