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vary
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
to be different, or to change
  • A momentary hush; the orchestra leader varies his rhythm obligingly for her, and there is a burst of chatter as the erroneous news goes around that she is Gilda Gray's understudy from the "Follies.
    p. 41.3

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