from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to homogeny; exhibiting homogeny or sameness of nature.


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  • Carpenter has proposed to remedy its bastardly linguistic character by transforming it into "homogenic;" this, however, might mean not only "toward the same sex," but "of the same kind," and in German already possesses actually that meaning.)

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 Sexual Inversion

  • Besides this, Heidegger includes all sciences into a homogenic and homological group, the totality of science, which seems to be, not only a coarse judgment, but also simply a totally blind and incompetent misjudgment.


  • So perhaps Blair could explain why we imported this problem into our previously law-abiding homogenic (including long-settled immigrants) society.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • I don't have many friends with religious dietary restrictions it's not because I am picky about my friends' religions, but rather because Trondheim is rather religiously homogenic, and the university I went to and now work at is a practically white university with a few occasional exchange students and a few first, second or n-th generation immigrants, and I am not quite sure there are vegetarians among my close friends either.

    Accommodating for your guests.

  • We are all the victims of mental, psychological and cultural violence that turn us to one homogenic group of bereaved or potentially bereaved mothers.

    Gaza, Haifa, Somalia, Colombia, Srebrenica: Nurit Elhanan's "Women" at the Euro Parliament

  • It has a certain homogenic quality plus it suffers from a severe excess of italicisation.


  • While on the subject of negative experiments, I wish to say a word on what I call homogenic anaphylaxis.

    Charles Richet - Nobel Lecture

  • It seems thus there is no such thing as homogenic anaphylaxis, and the blood of one species of animal injected into an animal of the same kind is harmless both at the first and at the second injection.

    Charles Richet - Nobel Lecture

  • We homogenic folk may be but a small percentage of mankind, but our numbers are still great, and surely the making or marring of our lives should count for something.

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 Sexual Inversion

  • I do, however, believe that a noble homogenic love in early life will sometimes help a lad to avoid a low standard of heterogenic attachment.

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 2 Sexual Inversion


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