Definition of homogeneously in English:


(also homogenously)

Pronunciation /ˌhɒməˈdʒiːnɪəsli//ˌhə(ʊ)məˈdʒiːnɪəsli/


  • See homogeneous

    • ‘Most models of metabolic and signal-transduction pathways describe the cell as a ‘well-stirred reactor’, its soluble components distributed homogeneously throughout.’
    • ‘The contestants are from ‘diverse backgrounds’ - television-speak meaning that they are homogeneously good-looking and career-driven.’
    • ‘Red blood cells offer several advantages as a model system for this type of experiment in that they lack any internal organelles, are homogeneously filled with hemoglobin, and can be osmotically swollen to a spherical shape.’
    • ‘Its population is small, much more homogeneously white than the Democratic Party as a whole, and it thinks differently than Democrats do elsewhere in the country.’
    • ‘Rather than expect that lipids remain homogeneously distributed within biological membranes, one should expect that domains spontaneously form.’