from The Century Dictionary.
- Not variegated; not diversified; not marked with different colors.
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Eliza's school universe is still an unvariegated whole.
"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?"
In general, McGowan's loose drawing style with its mostly unvariegated thin lines is pleasing, despite the stiffness of the characters.
This is only a small portion at the right of a panel that is otherwise an unvariegated gray field.
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