Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not variegated; not diversified; not marked with different colors.

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Examples

  • Eliza's school universe is still an unvariegated whole.

    Excerpt: Bee Season by Myla Goldberg

  • "No one can know better than I, my dear Constance," said the author, in a fatherly tone, "what a beautiful, tender, and lofty soul yours is; but would it not be well, once in a while, to veil its lustre -- to subdue it to a tint more in keeping with the unvariegated hue of common circumstance?"

    The Aldine, Vol. 5, No. 1., January, 1872 A Typographic Art Journal

  • In general, McGowan's loose drawing style with its mostly unvariegated thin lines is pleasing, despite the stiffness of the characters.

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  • This is only a small portion at the right of a panel that is otherwise an unvariegated gray field.

    COMIXTALK

  • Beings which encircle and stand immediately around God; and without symbol, and without interruption, dances round His eternal knowledge in the most exalted ever-moving stability as in Angels; viewing purely many and blessed contemplations, and illuminated with simple and immediate splendours, and filled with Divine nourishment, — many indeed by the first-given profusion, but one by the unvariegated and unifying oneness of the supremely Divine banquet, deemed worthy indeed of much participation and co-operation with

    Dionysius the Areopagite, Works (1897)

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