Varieties [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Varieties:

The genus has two varieties: good providers and bad providers.

Here all the varieties of his studies come into play, as it were, spontaneously.

He may be known from the other varieties by the redness of his gills.

Your smudge-pan may drive away the mosquitoes, but merely stupefies the other varieties.

Sold American baked beans, catsup, and fifty-five other varieties to the world.

There are many transitions and varieties, but the reactions we have mentioned are the most common.

Three varieties of the cotton plant were grown in the South.

The varieties of nationality, costume and color are striking in the extreme.

I need only mention four varieties as being general in the North.

The price for American Upland Cotton 12 governs the price of the other varieties.