- distinguished by various forms or by a variety of objects: diversified activity.
- distributed among or producing several types; varied: diversified investments.
Origin of diversified
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Examples from the Web for undiversified
Is there not something dwarfing in the atmosphere of a small country town, where character is undiversified and life uneventful?
I must confess that an undiversified country landscape in spring has upon me the effect asserted by Hamerton.Old-Time Gardens
Alice Morse Earle
Our stay was undiversified with incidents, and it may as well therefore be briefly passed over.Discoveries in Australia, Volume 1.
J Lort Stokes
Undiversified, un-div-er′si-fīd, adj. not diversified or varied.