Antonyms for more varied

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The higher we went, the larger and more varied grew the ferns.

The birds may not be so numerous as in other parts, but they are more varied.

As for the field, there is none nobler or more varied in the world.

It is, perhaps, laid on less carefully, and its colour is more varied.

The collection of books on his own shelf was, if not so numerous as ours, at least more varied.

You have had a more varied experience of life than I. Has that been your experience too?

Their duties here were more varied and fatiguing than at Chester.

No woman has ever exercised a wider or more varied influence.

Our watches below were no more varied than the watch on deck.

And perhaps never a more varied display of bunting in one bay.