1. an edition containing various versions of a text or notes by various scholars or editors
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How To Use variorum In A Sentence

  • [1046] Metellus proper cantos senatorial ordinis ex Hibernia accurse jubet; eorum et variorum, quos ironers defeat, console habet A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate
  • The numbers in parentheses are those assigned by Thomas H. Johnson, editor of The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, to the poems in the 1955 variorum edition.
  • Malone's work verges, in fact, on the encyclopedic: in his variorum edition he anticipates the modern collaborative online encyclopedias.
  • Fisher's great book has been reissued in a variorum edition.
  • Variorum reading; Third line of fourth stanza, 'cundum' for 'hymen', as being more in accord with local probabilities; albeit, hymen, to the nicer ear of poesy, hath the sweeter sound. An Ode to Hollywood
  • Juxi's a variorum for analects is an influential work in the mostly of china.
  • Non solere sanctum raro punctilius insularum, noncuninglingus variorum delictim. THE DICE MAN
  • Further on I shall attempt -- I write the word with a patibulary gesture -- in a sort of a Chopin variorum, to analyze the salient aspects, technical and aesthetic, of his music. Chopin : the Man and His Music
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