unvaried

ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking variety
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How To Use unvaried In A Sentence

  • As some experts have pointed out, he probably became ill because his 30-day diet was so unvaried.
  • We identified 10 sites that had changed at the node uniting all of the M. iolanthe and M. campbelli sequences and that were unvaried among these four sequences.
  • The graphics are a little bland, the landscapes being rather unvaried snow, desert, or grasslands.
  • Elsewhere, textures were thick and unvaried, the vibrato was numbing, the tuning blowsy. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was an unvaried terrain of grassy veld, deep erosion ditches and green pastures near the water courses.
  • Like his successor Louis XIV, the son of Marie de Medicis was one of the most "unamusable" of monarchs; and like Cinq-Mars himself, he was weary of the unvaried routine of pleasures which made up the sum of his existence while confined to his own capital; and thus he welcomed every prospect of change without caring to investigate the motives of those by whom it was proposed. The Life of Marie de Medicis — Volume 3
  • In fact, there was nothing but the unvaried sight of vacant lots along quiet streets that, several years earlier, had hummed with activity day and night.
  • From her very first song ‘Turn me on’, the young singer turned her 10,000-strong audience on, purely by her solitary, unvaried musical style.
  • Their strife unvaried looks similar, usually with a wider cincture as a diagonal line. Archive 2009-11-01
  • For quite some time, she has been subjected to unvaried casting.
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