undifferentiated

adjective
un·​dif·​fer·​en·​ti·​at·​ed | \ ˌən-ˌdi-fə-ˈren(t)-shē-ˌā-təd How to pronounce undifferentiated (audio) \

Definition of undifferentiated

: not divided or able to be divided into different elements, types, etc. : not differentiated undifferentiated cells an undifferentiated mass

Examples of undifferentiated in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Or maybe Stadia users could pay a few dollars for an hour of undifferentiated Stadia gameplay time to be used across any game in the catalog. Kyle Orland, Ars Technica, "Google Stadia’s free demos could prove the value of game streaming," 20 Oct. 2020 The present drags minute to minute, or else flies by in an undifferentiated mush. Washington Post, "What Day Is It? This newsletter can help you remember — and recover.," 14 Oct. 2020 Where Scholtz does see opportunity, however, is among investment banks, which are less tied to particular countries and need scale to compete in an environment of thinning margins and undifferentiated products. Hanna Ziady, CNN, "A deal to create Spain's largest lender could signal more bank mergers in Europe," 18 Sep. 2020 This season could appeal to anyone yearning for heavy metal Fargo, with sly off-kilter characterization sacrificed to self-important blather and undifferentiated bulletstorms. Darren Franich, EW.com, "Fargo season 4 has a lot of nothing to say about America: Review," 14 Sep. 2020 When the tear gas popped and their own adrenaline flowed, the crowd blurred into an undifferentiated mass of threats that had to be put down. Sarah Jeong, The New Republic, "The Battle of Portland," 3 Sep. 2020 So much of the tech industry today is about making things look professional, maybe convincing Apple to let you into the App Store to join the great undifferentiated mass of other apps. Paul Ford, Wired, "‘Real’ Programming Is an Elitist Myth," 18 Aug. 2020 Everything belonged to the same undifferentiated Romantic sound world. John Eliot Gardiner, New York Times, "A Revolutionary Approach to Beethoven: Period Instruments," 14 Feb. 2020 Sichel’s organic-waste recycling plant north of Santiago was firebombed in December, a casualty of an undifferentiated wave of violence against businesses. Eduardo Thomson, Bloomberg.com, "Summer Vacation Is Over and Protest-Weary Chileans Are on Edge," 10 May 2020

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First Known Use of undifferentiated

1862, in the meaning defined above

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“Undifferentiated.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undifferentiated. Accessed 30 Nov. 2020.

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undifferentiated

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English Language Learners Definition of undifferentiated

: not divided or able to be divided into different parts

undifferentiated

adjective
un·​dif·​fer·​en·​ti·​at·​ed | \ -ˌdif-ə-ˈren-chē-ˌāt-əd How to pronounce undifferentiated (audio) \

Medical Definition of undifferentiated

: not differentiated an undifferentiated sarcoma

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