Definition of variant:
material body, cognate, figure, breed, confused, stochastic variable, pattern, nisus, miscellaneous, alterable, mixed, catchword, variable, change, physique, manakin, interpretation, kind, match, carbon copy, grade, dissimilar, soma, melodic line, tune, unstable, echo, mingled, class, stress, uncertain, contour, diverse, variate, variability, same, discrepancy, contraction, interlingual rendition, disparate, tenor, shape, disagreement, unsteady, edition, conglomerate, stock, anatomy, different, striving, var., song, divergence, version, melody, magnetic variation, signifier, line, unlike, translation, course, approximation, fluid, heterogeneous, buzzword, changeable, mirror image, inconstant, flesh, parallel, unhomogeneous, word form, physical body, human body, mannikin, back formation, straining, air, conformation, mutant, strain, bod, sport, chassis, random variable, variance, configuration, variation, reading, copy, pains, frame, manikin, form, various, mental strain, division, sort, mutation, variety, discordant, mannequin, variableness, var., rendering, chance variable, connective, derivation, divergent, descriptor, equivalent, pas seul, build, fluctuation, nervous strain, melodic phrase, non-homogeneous, collocate, phase, adaptation, clone, unsettled, argot, mutable, cast, magnetic declination, antonym, double.
- "The Return", H. Beam Piper and John J. McGuire.
- "Explorers of the Dawn", Mazo de la Roche.
Suffice it to say that the fact that their color was different and that they spoke a variant of French instead of Spanish did not prevent the inhabitants of this state from offering a far worse spectacle of political and financial demoralization than did their neighbors to the eastward.- "The Hispanic Nations of the New World Volume 50 in The Chronicles Of America Series", William R. Shepherd.