Her versatility, however, is more along the lines of a PG version of Amy Sedaris.
I've since tried various replacements, none of which have had the versatility of the original gizmo.
For this versatility, Fox News senior vice president Michael Clemente compares Kelly to Barbara Walters.
But there is no standard in English other than its versatility.
She was known for her versatility, and was nominated for her performances in Caged, Detective Story, and Interrupted Melody.
He paid the penalty of versatility in undertaking more than he could fulfil.
Wealth and versatility of imagination were not Vigny's gifts.
Her essays and stories 'give proof of a versatility of experience as Protean as her talents.'
He was an Irish patriot of 1848 and was remarkable for his versatility.
Nothing is more remarkable about Empedocles than his versatility and comprehensiveness.
c.1600, from Latin versatilis "turning, revolving, moving, capable of turning to varied subjects or tasks," from past participle stem of versare "keep turning, be engaged in something, turn over in the mind," frequentative of vertere "to turn" (see versus).