undiversified, un-div-er′si-fīd, adj. not diversified or varied.
I must confess that an undiversified country landscape in spring has upon me the effect asserted by Hamerton.
Our stay was undiversified with incidents, and it may as well therefore be briefly passed over.
Is there not something dwarfing in the atmosphere of a small country town, where character is undiversified and life uneventful?