There was a difference in the air in the lavatory, and in the sound—the undifferentiated background sound which came from nowhere.
But outside England catches and canons were undifferentiated.
His description of the period of the undifferentiated sexual impulse may best be given in his own words.
To the extent that prepositions are affixed to nouns, prepositions and nouns are undifferentiated.
Verbs as usually considered are undifferentiated parts of speech; they are nouns and adjectives, one or both, and predicants.
The mesoblast was left as two lateral plates continuous behind with the undifferentiated cells of the caudal swellings.
Neither is blinded by the force of undifferentiated sex-attraction.
The recessus labyrinthi remains however still enclosed in undifferentiated mesoblast.
In cases in which an undifferentiated stage is well marked, its duration is likewise very variable.
The ends of the muscle-plates continue for a long time to be formed of undifferentiated columnar cells.
1816, from Medieval Latin differentiatus, past participle of differentiare, from Latin differentia (see difference).
Originally a mathematical term; transitive and non-technical sense of "discriminate between" is from 1876. Earlier, difference had been used as a verb in this sense. Related: Differentiated; differentiating; differentiation.
undifferentiated un·dif·fer·en·ti·at·ed (ŭn'dĭf-ə-rěn'shē-ā'tĭd)
Having no special structure or function; primitive; embryonic.