- non·ho·mog·e·nous, adjective
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How to use homogenous in a sentence
Rothermel’s equations allowed analysts to model fire like a game of Go, across homogenous cells of a two-dimensional landscape.What the complex math of fire modeling tells us about the future of California’s forests | Amy Nordrum | January 18, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
They, they function better in more ethnically homogenous places.
Our communities are becoming ever more socioeconomically and politically homogenous.Can a Domestic ‘Study Abroad’ Bridge America’s Divides? | Daniel Malloy | December 13, 2020 | Ozy
Add the flour and mix on low speed until it is no longer visible and the mixture is homogenous.If you’re craving a lemon cookie that actually tastes like lemon, this is it | Brother Andrew Corriente | December 2, 2020 | Washington Post
The researchers have filed a provisional patent on a process to manipulate steel into a more homogenous form that could yield longer-lasting, more chip-resistant blades.
homogenous: similar in structure due to a community of descent.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology | John. B. Smith
British Dictionary definitions for homogenous
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