WOTD


WORD OF THE DAY
Variegate
VER-ee-ə-gait
Part of speech: verb
Origin: Late Latin, mid 17th century
1

Alter in appearance, especially by adding different colors.

2

Make more diverse or varied.

Examples of Variegate in a sentence

“Rebecca wanted to variegate her painting to draw more eyes to it during exhibition.”

“The President plans to variegate her cabinet to include more perspectives.”