unevenness

[ UK /ʌnˈiːvənnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of being unbalanced
  2. the quality of being uneven and lacking uniformity
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How To Use unevenness In A Sentence

  • The texture and slight unevenness of the paint adds a remarkable three-dimensional quality to these wallpapers.
  • And as if the sound of his uncle's name steadied him for an instant, Charlie made for the door with an unevenness of gait which would have told the shameful truth if his words had not already done so. Rose in Bloom
  • In older houses, stick with flat paint - rather than glossy or even semigloss - as much as possible (both inside and outside) because it helps disguise the nicks and unevenness that come with age.
  • The unevenness of the penetration of both the influ - ence of the French movement and notably of the acceptance of the term raises the question whether we can account for these differences in causal terms. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • The answers come in exemplary prose that avoids the usual unevenness of co-authorship. Times, Sunday Times
  • In addition to the film's unevenness as mentioned above, I have to report MGM's usual niggardly approach to supplements.
  • There is unevenness across the different companies.
  • Even though part of the beauty of straw bale houses is their handmade unevenness, build plumb and square.
  • The panning shot was spoilt by oncoming traffic and unevenness of the road surface, while the long-shot track never even got started. RIOT
  • The unevenness of the research permits the continued use of a fragmentary and inconsistent labelling system.
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