Definition of unvaried in English:

unvaried

Syllabification: un·var·ied
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈverēd
 
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adjective

Not involving change; monotonous: a plain, unvaried diet
More example sentences
  • Many households consume a monotonous, unvaried diet and so suffer from micronutrient deficiencies.
  • Beyond the tall, fire belching stacks of Linden and the plain, unvaried flats of Secaucus lies a gentle, fertile garden state called New Jersey.
  • Halici captures all the quiet desperation of his character, but the unvaried delivery can be monotonous and the acoustics of the space are not sympathetic.

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