Thesaurus / undifferentiated

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As previously mentioned, I do not maintain that an undifferentiated stage is of universal occurrence.

The generative, undifferentiated impulse is supplanted by the love for an individual and stigmatised as base and contemptible.

To the extent that adverbs are found as incorporated particles in verbs, the two parts of speech are undifferentiated.

It is so, too, with the Thalassicollæ—bodies made up of differentiated parts, dispersed through an undifferentiated jelly.

Therefore distinctness from the undifferentiated Original Life is a necessity of the case.

The Law and the WordThomas Troward

I do not believe that an undifferentiated stage occurs in every one without exception.

To the extent that prepositions are affixed to nouns, prepositions and nouns are undifferentiated.

Kathekos or chaos is the unmanifest, unorganized, unconditioned, unlimited and undifferentiated plasm.

The Mystery of SpaceRobert T. Browne

The mesoblast was left as two lateral plates continuous behind with the undifferentiated cells of the caudal swellings.

Even during stage O the ends of the muscle-plates are formed of undifferentiated columnar cells.

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WORDS RELATED TO UNDIFFERENTIATED

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