Definition of uniformly in US English:

uniformly

adverb

  • 1In a way that is the same in all cases and at all times.

    ‘the performances are uniformly excellent’
    ‘the rules are applied uniformly’
    ‘uniformly sized holes’
    • ‘Student response to this exercise was almost uniformly positive.’
    • ‘Since wheat varieties in use are all considered uniformly susceptible, we believe the answer could lie elsewhere.’
    • ‘Even the spies, although big, are uniformly fat and somewhat dull-witted.’
    • ‘The Internet will not increase farmers' access to information in all categories uniformly.’
    • ‘The performances of the teachers are uniformly wasted.’
  • 2With equal space between each or in equal amounts; evenly.

    ‘immigrants are not uniformly distributed in the country’
    ‘water can be applied uniformly to crops using precision irrigation’
    • ‘The shares are uniformly divided per 100.’
    • ‘This leaves the silica particles uniformly spaced with air gaps between them.’
    • ‘Other scientists have identified these actin filament bundles as uniformly ordered.’
    • ‘The connective tissue that enveloped each duct was uniformly arranged.’
    • ‘Impact sprinklers can be purchased with spreader nozzles to supply water more uniformly to the soil surface.’

Pronunciation

uniformly

/ˈyo͞onəˌfôrmlē//ˈjunəˌfɔrmli/