homogenous

[huh-moj-uh-nuhs, hoh-]
adjective
1.
Biology. corresponding in structure because of a common origin.

Origin:
1865–70; homo- + -genous

nonhomogenous, adjective

1. heterogeneous, heterogenous, homogeneous, homogenous ; 2. homogeneous, homogenous.
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homogenous (həˈmɒdʒɪnəs)
 
adj
1.  homogeneous homogeneous homogeneous another word for homogeneous
2.  of, relating to, or exhibiting homogeny

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homogenous
erroneous for homogeneous.
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homogenous ho·mog·e·nous (hə-mŏj'ə-nəs, hō-)
adj.
Of or exhibiting homogeny.

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Example sentences
Icelanders make attractive subjects for geneticists because of the homogenous
  nature of the population.
The music is deafening, the feel homogenous.
The academy is composed largely of young male adults and is more homogenous
  than military bases.
The business imperative to meet travellers' basic needs is what makes hotels
  seem so homogenous.
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