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The increasing rigour of our prison discipline rendered our lives one unvaried scene.
On March 8, he wrote to me from Seaham: "Bell is in health, and unvaried good-humour and behaviour."
It has been used during the last Fourteen Years with unvaried success.
The lane was long and unvaried, and, owing to the rapid shortening of the days, dusk came upon her before she was aware.
Nothing but continued and unvaried accounts of the same thing must in the end prove disgusting.
The banks are low, with an occasional bluff, accompanied by a wildness of scenery not so unvaried as to become monotonous.
For some time after his return from Cook Strait, Rutherford's life appears to have been unvaried by any incident of moment.
A dull unvaried week passed away, during which I never went abroad except to church.
DISCIPLINEMARY BRUNTON
At short regular intervals, in a tone of unvaried timbre and inexhaustible surprise, she half exclaimed, "Fancy."
CYTHEREAJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
One thing, however, will make the daily routine more unvaried than ever.
CHARLOTTE BRONTT. WEMYSS REID

WORDS RELATED TO UNVARIED

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION