homogeneous

Part of speech: noun

Homogeneousness.

Part of speech: adjective

Made up of similar parts; uniform in texture or composition.

Part of speech: adverb

Homogeneously.

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Usage examples "homogeneous":

  1. In performance the operation is far more homogeneous than would appear from the above disjointed analysis of the several movements to be performed. - "Boating", W. B. Woodgate Commentator: Harvey Mason.
  2. It is much less rough than the sound of heavy surf- steadier, more homogeneous, less metallic, very deep and strong, yet mellow and soft; soft, I mean, in its quality. - "The Niagara River", Archer Butler Hulbert.
  3. A certain animation in the face of the second speaker,- the first- comer,- a certain light in his eye, might have at first distinguished him; but even this faded out in the steady glow of the lantern, and had no value as a permanent distinction, for, by the time they had reached the western verge of the mountain, the two faces had settled into a homogeneous calmness and melancholy. - "The Twins of Table Mountain and Other Stories", Bret Harte.