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Noun: uniform  'yoo-nu,form
  1. Clothing of distinctive design worn by members of a particular group as a means of identification
  2. [informal] A uniformed police officer
Adjective: uniform  'yoo-nu,form
  1. Always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences
    "a street of uniform tall white buildings";
    - unvarying
  2. Not differentiated
    - undifferentiated
  3. The same throughout in structure or composition
    "bituminous coal is often treated as a uniform and homogeneous product";
    - consistent
  4. Evenly spaced
    "at regular (or uniform) intervals"
Verb: uniform  'yoo-nu,form
  1. Provide with uniforms
    "The guards were uniformed"

Derived forms: uniformed, uniforming, uniforms

See also: dedifferentiated, homogeneous, homogenous, regular, single

Type of: article of clothing, clothing, duds [informal], furnish, habiliment [archaic], offer, provide, render, supply, threads [informal], togs [informal], vesture, wear, wearable

Antonym: differentiated, multiform

Encyclopedia: Uniform