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unilinear

[ yoo-nuh-lin-ee-er ]
/ ˌyu nəˈlɪn i ər /
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adjective
developing or evolving in a steady, consistent, and undeviating way.
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Origin of unilinear

First recorded in 1925–30; uni- + linear
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How to use unilinear in a sentence

  • Or, instead of a single individual, any number might be supposed, succeeding each other in a unilinear series.

    Creative Evolution|Henri Bergson
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