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Uniformly

see synonyms of uniformly

Adverb

1. uniformly

in a uniform manner

Example Sentences:
'a uniformly bright surface'

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Uniformly

see synonyms of uniformly
noun
1. 
a prescribed identifying set of clothes for the members of an organization, such as soldiers or schoolchildren
2. 
a single set of such clothes
3. 
a characteristic feature or fashion of some class or group
4. informal
a police officer who wears a uniform
adjective
5. 
unchanging in form, quality, quantity, etc; regular
a uniform surface
6. 
identical; alike or like
a line of uniform toys
verb (transitive)
7. 
to fit out (a body of soldiers, etc) with uniforms
8. 
to make uniform
noun
communications
a code word for the letter u

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Uniformly

see synonyms of uniformly
adjective
1. 
a. 
always the same; not varying or changing in form, rate, degree, manner, etc.; constant
a uniform speed
b. 
identical throughout a state, country, etc.
a uniform minimum wage
2. 
a. 
having the same form, appearance, manner, etc. as others of the same class; conforming to a given standard
a row of uniform houses
b. 
being or looking the same in all parts; undiversified
a uniform surface
3. 
consistent in action, intention, effect, etc.
a uniform policy
noun
4. 
the official or distinctive clothes or outfit worn by the members of a particular group, as policemen or soldiers, esp. when on duty
verb transitive
5.  US
to clothe or supply with a uniform

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Uniformly

see synonyms of uniformly
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.

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