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The practically undiversified nature of its economic life binds all those engaged in the employment of labor into a common body.

Beyond the wood flat, green fields stretched on all sides undiversified by as much as a copse or a hill.

This is neither so difficult nor so conducive of friction as might seem, since the property is very undiversified.

Undiversified, un-div-er′si-fīd, adj. not diversified or varied.

Our stay was undiversified with incidents, and it may as well therefore be briefly passed over.

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On this page you'll find 127 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to undiversified, such as: constant, immovable, regular, same, set, and static.

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