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  • EN [ ˈveəriəgeɪtɪd]
  • US [ ˈveriəgeɪtɪd]

English definition


  • 1. having a variety of colors

Example sentences

  • Crown variegated dark green, yellow and beige, plain. Miniature.

  • Double pink and fuchsia. Variegated, plain. Standard.

  • Variegated dark green, pink and cream, plain. Large.

  • Variegated medium green, ivory and rose. Standard.

  • Variegated medium green and white, quilted, serrated. Semiminiature.

  • Variegated green and white, plain. Miniature.

  • The southern polder area of China has fertility soil, variegated rivers and plentiful natural resources.

  • That is a character strangely variegated with good and evil.

  • Mosaic variegated light green, ovate, quilted. Standard.

  • Variegated medium green and white. Semiminiature.

  • Variegated medium green and white, plain. Standard.

  • We're going to grow a variegated ivy up the back of the house.

  • Variegated dark green, pink and tan, serrated. Standard.

  • This specimen is richly variegated in colour.

  • Variegated medium green and ivory. Semiminiature.

  • Index : Outward Appearace white powder, no cade, no variegated pellet.

  • Semidouble white and light lavender. Crown variegated medium green, pointed. Semiminiature.

  • Semidouble light pink fringed. Variegated green and yellow. Standard.

  • TL variegated medium green and white, plain. Semiminiature.

  • This plant has beautifully variegated leaves.

  • Variegated light green and white, wavy. Standard.

  • Single white. Variegated green and white. Standard.

  • a plant with variegated leaves

  • The leaves are a variegated red.


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