Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, having stamens and pistils of the same height in individuals of the same species, as some hermaphrodite flowers: same as homostyled, and opposed to dimorphous. Compare heterogonous.
- In biology, characterized by direct development, without metamorphosis or alternation of generations.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Bot.) Having all the flowers of a plant alike in respect to the stamens and pistils.
- Ancient Greek (Wiktionary)
“I was born into an orphanage in Seoul, South Korea and raised in the suburbs of a small town in western Massachusetts where the population is vastly homogonous, closed to the concepts of variety and diversity, yes, oppressive and tendencies of rebellion ran rampant.”
“She said she found the waiting room of the physician she now visits tending toward the homogonous Caucasian.”
“Annatag - of coure the US wasn't ethnically homogonous during the so-called "greatest generation" - it had a large african american population, a significan latino population, and a small but significant asian american population.”
“I mean, this is not been one homogonous enemy that has (INAUDIBLE) America or indeed the Iraqi government.”
“On top of that, the content in MMORPGs is more homogonous; If I get to the end of Morrowind or NwN, I actually get the satisfaction of defeating the ultimate bad guy, saving the world, and being able to close the book.”
“Milash: I guess Americans like homogonous, boring, white male singers since”
“With a 'soaring' chorus with "Ooo La La" backing vocals, it has become fairly obvious that The Hot Melts have nothing new to add to the overcrowded and homogonous world of indie-rock pop.”
“If I were to have one complaint with them over the past … 3 years or so is they have gotten bit homogonous.”
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