uniformity

[ yoo-nuh-fawr-mi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF uniformity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNIFORMITY

A heavy flywheel was attached to give it uniformity of motion.

All causes are not conjoined to their usual effects with like uniformity.

Such a uniformity in every particular, is found in no part of nature.

But man was not born for the indolence of pleasure and the uniformity of fruition.

But in political affairs there cannot be uniformity of circumstances.

A necessary consequence was the revival of the Act of Uniformity.

What is your opinion of prohibition and the uniformity of divorce laws?

Thus want of uniformity, the condition of motion, is produced.

These cannot exist in what is uniform, and therefore motion is due to want of uniformity.

Why, sir, you never mean that you don't know about the Act of Uniformity?

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