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[mass noun] The quality or state of being all the same or all of the same kind.‘the cultural homogeneity of our society’→ homogeny
uniformity, homogeneousness, similarity, similar nature, similitude, likeness, alikeness, sameness, identicalness, consistency, resemblance, comparability, correspondenceanalogousnessView synonyms
- ‘No, this is a country of handmade, individual wines whose greatest asset is diversity, not homogeneity.’
- ‘After a few days now, I've begun to find the homogeneity of this city a little boring.’
- ‘As melting techniques are continually improved, greater homogeneity can be expected.’
- ‘At the same time, the ideas and policies that stressed cultural uniformity and homogeneity persisted.’
- ‘Perhaps this is just a natural part of the progression of our society, technology driving us towards increasing global homogeneity.’
- ‘The size and prospective design of the study and the socioeconomic homogeneity of the cohort minimise both random and systematic error.’
Early 17th century: from medieval Latin homogeneitas, from homogeneus (see homogeneous) + -ity.
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