One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not enlarged or varied in range or field of operation.‘agriculture dominated an undiversified economy’
monotonous, tedious, boring, uninteresting, humdrum, mundane, tiresome, wearisome, dreary, soul-destroying, mind-numbingView synonyms
- ‘In recent years, many workers nearing retirement have viewed rapid increases in their often undiversified stock portfolios as a substitute for more traditional savings.’
- ‘We got into this crisis because we had most homeowners putting themselves in a leveraged, undiversified portfolio.’
- ‘A thousand years or more ago, a relatively undiversified East Slavonic dialect was spoken in and around the approximate area of present-day Western European Russia, the Ukraine, and Byelorussia.’
- ‘Because banks during the Great Depression were so small, they were undiversified.’
- ‘While the upper classes enjoyed a varied diet including substantial amounts of meat, the masses ate an undiversified diet, primarily of cereals.’
- ‘Wherever financial markets are absent or repressed, savings go unused, productive economic opportunities go unrealised and risks go undiversified.’
- ‘The American Depression worsened when banking panics swept undiversified and overextended rural banks and the Federal Reserve failed to intervene.’
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