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variable +‎ -ly

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variably (comparative more variably, superlative most variably)

  1. In a variable manner.
    • Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species, Chapter 1.
      Such facts as the complex and extraordinary out growths which variably follow from the insertion of a minute drop of poison by a gall-producing insect, shows us what singular modifications might result in the case of plants from a chemical change in the nature of the sap.

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