Definition of uniformity
1 : the quality or state of being uniform
2 : an instance of uniformity
Recent Examples of uniformity from the Web
Consistency in brewing is vital and so brewers are looking for companies that can provide uniformity in flavors.
Hula prizes uniformity above almost everything else.
Some shoppers now shun such uniformity and prefer unlabeled clothing, which has prompted a few logo-heavy brands to shift course.
War may have caused some of the destruction, but the uniformity of the damage suggests sabotage, too.
But the non-uniformity also makes characterizing seismic risk more difficult.
Instead, there is a kind of suffocating, insular, ethnic uniformity.
Yet there is a remarkable uniformity of style and prose across Murakami’s translated fiction.
Without uniformity of discipline, military bodies would be incapable of action: without a general controlling power to call forth the strength of the union, to repel invasions, the country might be over-run, and conquered by foreign enemies.
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First Known Use of uniformity
UNIFORMITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of uniformity for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of being the same : the quality or state of being uniform or identical
UNIFORMITY Defined for Kids
Definition of uniformity for Students
: the quality or state of being the same in form, manner, appearance, or degree
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