1. Having more than one shape or appearance.
    • 1912, Percy Adolphus Vaile, The Soul of Golf
      And yet such is the constitution of the human golfing soul that it not only fails to achieve it, but invents for itself multiform and manifold ifs and ans for not achieving it— […]
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  • Portuguese: multiforme

multiform (plural multiforms)

  1. An organism, folktale, etc. that appears in more than one form.

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