I missed the general accepting feeling that comes from such a heterogeneous mixture of people.
Those history plays, however, that do not follow the formulas for tragedy, are a heterogeneous group not easily classified.
This heterogeneous family is well represented in the Nilgiris.
Look down upon this audience and you shall see a heterogeneous assembly such as London alone of the cities can show you.
He who borrows only from heterogeneous works is not a plagiarist.
I asked innocently, my eyes ranging over the heterogeneous collection on the mantel.
Horace tried to make fun of the heterogeneous cups and saucers.
When broad daylight came we had the opportunity of seeing some of the heterogeneous elements of which Richmond was composed.
Once, among the heterogeneous crowd of inmates there appeared a dancing-master.
Without this, such a conflict, excluding all heterogeneous or objective factors, would not be possible.
heterogeneous het·er·o·ge·ne·ous (hět'ər-ə-jē'nē-əs, -jēn'yəs)
Composed of parts having dissimilar characteristics or properties.