vb. (en-third-person singular of: vary)
Usage examples of "varies".
The shape, as well as the breadth and length of the ramus of the lower jaw, varies in a highly remarkable manner.
The period at which the perfect plumage is acquired varies, as does the state of the down with which the nestling birds are clothed when hatched.
The quantity of hair varies according to the proximity and condition of the follicles.
It varies in density, increasing from without inward, and forms a perfect refractor of the light received.
The process of passing through this minute tube varies in different animals.
The amount of alcohol which it contains varies from forty-eight to fifty-six per cent.
The amount of sleep required varies with the age, habits, condition, and peculiarities of the individual.
The result produced varies with the quantity given, the time of its administration, and the circumstances under which it is employed.
The quantity necessary to produce these results varies in different individuals.
The condition of the bowels varies from constipation to diarrhea, although sometimes they are quite regular.
Its manifestations are both constitutional and local, and their intensity varies exceedingly in different cases.
The pain varies in its intensity in different oases, and is increased by the movement of the affected parts.
The duration of this form of rheumatism varies from a few hours to a week or more.
The color varies from a light yellow, or almost white, to a dark gray.
The discharge from fever-sores varies in character, and usually has a fetid odor.