noun, plural u·ni·form·i·ties.
Origin of uniformity
Related formsnon·u·ni·form·i·ty, noun, plural non·u·ni·form·i·ties.pro·u·ni·form·i·ty, adjective
Examples from the Web for uniformity
The first time the New Zealanders played, Murray Dunn looked up into the stands and was amazed at the uniformity of it all.
Ruth felt she could chip away at it with a sharp tool and reveal nothing more than the uniformity of its composition.Caught in Her Mind: Fiona McFarlane’s ‘The Night Guest’|Andrea Walker|October 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Maybe,” she hints, “Congress had something different in mind than uniformity” when it passed DOMA.Justices Dance Around Procedure, but DOMA Is Still About Discrimination|Adam Winkler|March 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This lack of uniformity should weigh heavily in favor of the justices accepting at least one of the DOMA cases.The Supreme Court Set to Enter the Gay-Marriage Debate|Adam Winkler|November 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It dispensed with claims that DOMA would protect “uniformity of marriage” or the “traditional understanding of marriage.”DOMA Ruling Seems Good For Gays, But Supreme Court May Not Buy It|Jay Michaelson|October 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Accordingly I ask, How much time is needed to account for the facts before us on the basis of Uniformity?Illogical Geology|George McCready Price
In taking a random sample no selection as to size, uniformity, or any other quality should be made.
Hence the uniformity and consistency of his teaching with respect to “works.”Sermons|Clement Bailhache
A similar neglect of uniformity may be seen in Hungary and in Eastern Europe generally, even in the present day.Old Roads and New Roads|William Bodham Donne
Some centuries ago there was uniformity of belief—religious, political, and educational.Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects|Herbert Spencer