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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDIFFERENTIATED

Neither is blinded by the force of undifferentiated sex-attraction.

Is it undifferentiated life or is it a specialized form of life?

Before this training, soul and spirit are undifferentiated masses.

But outside England catches and canons were undifferentiated.

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

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

The recessus labyrinthi remains however still enclosed in undifferentiated mesoblast.

The ends of the muscle-plates continue for a long time to be formed of undifferentiated columnar cells.

It is a that, an Absolute, a ‘pure’ experience on an enormous scale, undifferentiated and undifferentiable into thought and thing.

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

WORD ORIGIN

1862, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of differentiate.

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