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multiform

 [mul´tĭ-form]
occurring in many forms; polymorphic.

pol·y·mor·phic

(pol'ē-mōr'fik),
Occurring in more than one form.
[G. polymorphos, multiform]

multiform

/mul·ti·form/ (mul´tĭ-form) polymorphic.

multiform

[mul′tifôrm]
Etymology: L, multus, many, forma
an organ, tissue, or other object that appears in more than one shape.

pol·y·mor·phic

(pol'ē-mōr'fik)
Occurring in more than one form.
Synonym(s): multiform, pleomorphic (1) , pleomorphous, polymorphous.
[G. polymorphos, multiform]

multiform

occurring in many forms; polymorphic.
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