heterogeneous[ het-er-uh-jee-nee-uhs, -jeen-yuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF heterogeneous
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HETEROGENEOUS
Once, among the heterogeneous crowd of inmates there appeared a dancing-master.
The crockery was heterogeneous, and was slumped under colour-headings.
The truth was, that his language and habits were as heterogeneous as his external appearance.
In a corner was a heterogeneous mass of soggy, dirty garments.
Viscount Melbourne was called in with a heterogeneous Cabinet.
This heterogeneous family is well represented in the Nilgiris.
He who borrows only from heterogeneous works is not a plagiarist.
Horace tried to make fun of the heterogeneous cups and saucers.
Besides, that sort of heterogeneous relationship is so easily misconstrued.
These heterogeneous masses can never be dangerous to Greece.