homogeneous orange light gives the sensation of a blend of red and yellow; but there is nothing like this in the auditory sphere.
homogeneous as her population is, she has great difficulty in keeping it from disagreement.
We are getting near the end of the great Democratic, Wholesale, or homogeneous phase in the world's history.
homogeneous culture, however, is of course not the same thing as native culture.
homogeneous in its character, the population was harmonious.
homogeneous: Structure uniform throughout all parts of the colony.
homogeneous: of the same kind or nature: similar in texture or parts.
And next, that the parts of such a body must be homogeneous, or of the same kind.
I have said that this law of homogeneous Counter-relativity has not been recognised by logicians.
homogeneous appearances are grouped into classes, and each class referred to a separate deity, and hence Polytheism.
in chemistry, involving substances in the same phase (solid, liquid, or gas)
A homogeneous substance is salt, NaCl.
homogeneous ho·mo·ge·ne·ous (hō'mə-jē'nē-əs, -jēn'yəs)
Of the same or similar nature or kind.
Uniform in structure or composition throughout, as of a chemical mixture.
(Or "homogenous") Of uniform nature, similar in kind.
1. In the context of distributed systems, middleware makes heterogeneous systems appear as a homogeneous entity. For example see: interoperable network.