Several



adjective
1.
being more than two but fewer than many in number or kind:
several ways of doing it.
2.
respective; individual:
They went their several ways.
3.
separate; different:
several occasions.
4.
single; particular.
5.
Law. binding two or more persons who may be sued separately on a common obligation.
noun
6.
several persons or things; a few; some.
determiner
1.

more than a few; an indefinite small number: several people objected
(as pronoun; functioning as plural): several of them know

adjective
2.
(prenominal) various; separate: the members with their several occupations
3.
(prenominal) distinct; different: three several times
4.
(law) capable of being dealt with separately; not shared Compare joint (sense 15)

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