Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not homogeneous; heterogeneous.

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Examples

  • In the mind of the media blowhard, you must realize, the term “war” can potentially be used to refer to any disagreement that may occur among the 300,000,000 inhabitants of this notably unhomogeneous land.

    Encyclopedia Britannica vs. VDARE.com

  • One special find this week was a chunk of raw glass, showing an unhomogeneous color, probably as a result of an insufficient or failed addition of decolorant in a reduced furnace atmosphere (e.g. manganese in the form of the mineral pyrolusite).

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Glass Studies

  • Upper Bavaria, investigated the effect of light deflection in an unhomogeneous electric field.

    Johannes Stark - Biography

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