[ US /ˈvɛɹiəbɫi/ ]
  1. with variation; in a variable manner or to a variable degree
    it will be variably cloudy
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How To Use variably In A Sentence

  • They kept to the brush and trees, and invariably the man halted and peered out before crossing a dry glade or naked stretch of upland pasturage. War
  • For the wider body of students, certainly I have noticed that an OE of some kind almost invariably follows within a couple of years of graduation.
  • Make a note of the questions you want to ask. You will invariably forget some of them otherwise.
  • Invariably the reply came back, 'Not now!'
  • And why do strikers invariably miss a "hatful" of chances? - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • The run is a 825-metre stampede from the corral where the bulls are kept to the outdoor bullfighting arena where they will be invariably killed by matadors later in the day.
  • Which is why, no doubt, the most readable biographies have invariably been works of great scholarship as well.
  • Identify all the dumbos out there - in politics, in government, wherever they may find themselves - and invariably they are not readers.
  • Even in the United States, where the private media are almost invariably subservient to corporate interests, journalists generally do not cite polls by pollsters who have publicly partisan connections.
  • At its core, “macroeconomic management” is invariably an exercise in surreptitious theft and fraud. Matthew Yglesias » Justice and Stabilization
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