noun (plural uniformities)
- Levi-Strauss turns to a problem stemming from his preceding observations, that of cultural uniformity.
- The grimness and uniformity of daily life in Pyongyang and in provincial areas is clear from the photographs.
- Alongside this comes uniformity, which makes a more acceptable product for the absurdly picky supermarket buyer.
This is from Latin uniformis ‘of one form’. Uniform (mid 16th century) had the same meaning, until the modern sense of clothing of a fixed style worn by each member of a group developed in the mid 18th century.
Words that rhyme with uniformityconformity, deformity, enormity, multiformity
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