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u·ni·form

 (yo͞o′nə-fôrm′)
adj.
1. Always the same, as in character or degree; unvarying: planks of uniform length.
2. Being the same as or consonant with another or others: rows of uniform brick houses.
n.
A distinctive set of clothing intended to identify the members of a specific group: a police uniform.
tr.v. u·ni·formed, u·ni·form·ing, u·ni·forms
1. To make (something) uniform.
2. To provide or dress with a uniform.

[Latin ūnifōrmis : ūni-, uni- + fōrma, shape.]

u′ni·for′mi·ty, u′ni·form′ness n.
u′ni·form′ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.uniformly - in a uniform manneruniformly - in a uniform manner; "a uniformly bright surface"
Translations
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uniformly

[ˈjuːnɪfɔːmlɪ] ADV [spread, distributed, applied] → uniformemente
the book has had uniformly bad reviewsel libro obtuvo malas críticas en general

uniformly

[ˈjuːnɪfɔːrmli] advuniformément

uniformly

adv measure, paint, taxeinheitlich; heatgleichmäßig; treatgleich; (pej)einförmig (pej); thinkuniform (pej)

uniformly

[ˈjuːnɪˌfɔːmlɪ] advuniformemente

uniform

(ˈjuːnifoːm) adjective
the same always or everywhere; not changing or varying. The sky was a uniform grey.
noun
(a set of) clothes worn by eg soldiers, children at a particular school etc. Full uniform must be worn; The new uniforms will arrive tomorrow.
ˈuniformed adjective
(eg of police) wearing a uniform, not plain clothes.
ˌuniˈformity noun
the condition of being uniform. The houses in the street had no uniformity of appearance.
ˈuniformly adverb
in a uniform way. The essays were uniformly dull.
References in classic literature ?
1) In diction, dialect and style it is obviously dependent upon Homer, and is therefore considerably later than the "Iliad" and "Odyssey": moreover, as we have seen, it is in revolt against the romantic school, already grown decadent, and while the digamma is still living, it is obviously growing weak, and is by no means uniformly effective.
On that head, therefore, I shall be uniformly silent; and you may assure yourself that no ungenerous reproach shall ever pass my lips when we are married.
For the strain constantly kept up by the windlass continually keeps the whale rolling over and over in the water, and as the blubber in one strip uniformly peels off along the line called the scarf, simultaneously cut by the spades of Starbuck and Stubb, the mates; and just as fast as it is thus peeled off, and indeed by that very act itself, it is all the time being hoisted higher and higher aloft till its upper end grazes the main-top; the men at the windlass then cease heaving, and for a moment or two the prodigious blood-dripping mass sways to and fro as if let down from the sky, and every one present must take good heed to dodge it when it swings, else it may box his ears and pitch him headlong overboard.
Effingham was by nature indolent, confiding, and at times impetuous and indiscreet; but Marmaduke was uniformly equable, penetrating, and full of activity and enterprise.
3) The formulae for stun'sle brakes are uniformly unreliable, and will continue to be so as long as air is compressible.
All I then knew of the history of his life was, that he had once held a situation in the University of Padua; that he had left Italy for political reasons (the nature of which he uniformly declined to mention to any one); and that he had been for many years respectably established in London as a teacher of languages.
The occasion of this interruption we can only explain by resuming the adventures of another set of our characters; for, like old Ariosto, we do not pique ourselves upon continuing uniformly to keep company with any one personage of our drama.
Tax laws have in vain been multiplied; new methods to enforce the collection have in vain been tried; the public expectation has been uniformly disappointed, and the treasuries of the States have remained empty.
To all general purposes we have uniformly been one people each individual citizen everywhere enjoying the same national rights, privileges, and protection.
For instance, it says that one may have many, many fancies, my Barbara--that as soon as the spring comes on, one's thoughts become uniformly pleasant and sportive and witty, for the reason that, at that season, the mind inclines readily to tenderness, and the world takes on a more roseate hue.
Now these pursuits were necessary for him that life might not be too uniformly bright.
High pieces of furniture, of black violet ebony inlaid with brass, supported upon their wide shelves a great number of books uniformly bound.