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Manifold


MAN'IFOLD, adjective [many and fold.] Of divers kinds; many in number; numerous; multiplied.

O Lord, how manifold are thy works! Psalms 104:24.

I know your manifold transgressions. Amos 5:12.

1. Exhibited or appearing at divers times or in various ways; applied to words in the singular number; as the manifold wisdom of God, or his manifold grace. Ephesians 3:10. 1 Peter 4:10.