homogeneously homogeneously


  • (adv) all similarly


  1. Not a Europe homogeneously harmonized, but one that is more diverse than ever before.
  2. But it never occurred to him that that section of Tuscany was homogeneously Fascist.
  3. The baby-boom group is not all homogeneously wealthy, upscale, dual career types who snap up gold Rolex watches or flashy sports cars.


  • Dr Williams said that while accommodation of a periodic call from the minaret at a mosque in Oxford might be possible, a daily call to prayer in "a mixed community which will never be homogeneously Muslim...... doesn't seem to be appropriate".
    on Feb 8, 2008 By: Rowan Williams Source: MyNews.in

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anachronistic anachronistic
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