- wearing a uniform.
Origin of uniformed
- identical or consistent, as from example to example, place to place, or moment to moment: uniform spelling; a uniform building code.
- without variations in detail: uniform output; a uniform surface.
- constant; unvarying; undeviating: uniform kindness; uniform velocity.
- constituting part of a uniform: to be issued uniform shoes.
- Mathematics. occurring in a manner independent of some variable, parameter, function, etc.: a uniform bound.
- an identifying outfit or style of dress worn by the members of a given profession, organization, or rank.
- a word used in communications to represent the letter U.
- to make uniform or standard.
- to clothe in or furnish with a uniform.
Origin of uniform
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Examples from the Web for uniformed
One of the honor guard approached with slow, measured steps and presented the flag to a uniformed captain.Choking Back Tears, Thousands of Cops Honor Fallen Officer Ramos
December 28, 2014
Counter-protestors marched to confront the pro-police contingent, separated by barricades and uniformed officers.NYC’s Garner Protesters vs. Pro-Cop Protesters
December 20, 2014
A uniformed cop, 25-year-old Police Officer Timothy Donohue, arrives.
A second uniformed cop, 29-year-old Police Officer Roberto Pagan, has arrived.
But uniformed guards do not patrol the halls of even the highest-risk units.Inside a Hospital for the Criminally Insane
September 15, 2014
There seemed to be no one moving about the place, not even a uniformed attendant.Frank Roscoe's Secret
What did she think he was—a fool, a loafer, a uniformed nonentity?The Game of Rat and Dragon
But a uniformed figure which stood at the foot of the ladder stopped him.The Destroyer
Burton Egbert Stevenson
He beckoned to a uniformed constable who was pacing the other side of the road.
Under the escort of a uniformed inspector, Grell was brought in.
- a prescribed identifying set of clothes for the members of an organization, such as soldiers or schoolchildren
- a single set of such clothes
- a characteristic feature or fashion of some class or group
- informal a police officer who wears a uniform
- unchanging in form, quality, quantity, etc; regulara uniform surface
- identical; alike or likea line of uniform toys
- to fit out (a body of soldiers, etc) with uniforms
- to make uniform
- communications a code word for the letter u
Word Origin and History for uniformed
"distinctive clothes worn by one group," 1748, from French uniforme, from the adjective (see uniform (adj.)).