What does the word multiform mean?

    Part of speech: adjective

  • Having many forms.

  • Part of speech: noun


Usage examples for multiform

  1. As I have already said, the power of imagining, of forming in the mind images, conceptions, is a purely intellectual power, and imagination becomes poetical only when this intellectual power is an agent obeying that emotional power which ardently seeks, intensely longs for, the better, the more perfect, the purer, in one word, the beautiful in each province of multiform life. – Essays Æsthetical by George Calvert
  2. In all the multiform facts of the world- in the visual shapes of trees and mountains and clouds, in the events of the life of man, even in the very omnipotence of Death- the insight of creative idealism can find the reflection of a beauty which its own thoughts first made. – Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays by Bertrand Russell