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uniformed

[yoo-nuh-fawrmd] /ˈyu nəˌfɔrmd/
adjective
1.
wearing a uniform.
Origin
1805-1815
1805-15; uniform + -ed3
Related forms
ununiformed, adjective

uniform

[yoo-nuh-fawrm] /ˈyu nəˌfɔrm/
adjective
1.
identical or consistent, as from example to example, place to place, or moment to moment:
uniform spelling; a uniform building code.
2.
without variations in detail:
uniform output; a uniform surface.
3.
constant; unvarying; undeviating:
uniform kindness; uniform velocity.
4.
constituting part of a uniform:
to be issued uniform shoes.
5.
Mathematics. occurring in a manner independent of some variable, parameter, function, etc.:
a uniform bound.
noun
6.
an identifying outfit or style of dress worn by the members of a given profession, organization, or rank.
7.
a word used in communications to represent the letter U.
verb (used with object)
8.
to make uniform or standard.
9.
to clothe in or furnish with a uniform.
Origin
1530-40; < Latin ūnifōrmis (adj.), equivalent to ūni- uni- + -fōrmis -form
Related forms
uniformly, adverb
uniformness, noun
nonuniform, adjective
self-uniform, noun
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  • White napkins and uniformed waiters don't mean high prices here.
  • They could not enlist, but they conceived the idea of sending their first company to the field uniformed.
  • The single-minded, uniformed secular mindset is equally as ignorant and unrealistic.
  • The piece was a hatchet job, designed to inspire the uniformed.
  • The presence of university counsel and uniformed campus police at the party might be helpful.
  • So instead of treating these people with respect and simply as uniformed, you judge them.
  • Find one of the many uniformed staff persons and ask for suggestions of things to do and places to go.
  • Much to my surprise, a uniformed marine at my table was missing part of an arm and both legs.
  • The uniformed driver jumps out and scampers to open the back door before his occupant can reach for the handle.
  • In the stereotypical police state, the leaders are from a uniformed military background.
British Dictionary definitions for uniformed

uniform

/ˈjuːnɪˌfɔːm/
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
Derived Forms
uniformly, adverb
uniformness, noun
Word Origin
C16: from Latin ūniformis, from ūnus one + forma shape

Uniform

/ˈjuːnɪˌfɔːm/
noun
1.
(communications) a code word for the letter u
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Word Origin and History for uniformed

uniform

adj.

1530s, "of one form," from Middle French uniforme (14c.), from Latin uniformis "having one form," from uni- "one" (see uni-) + forma "form" (see form). Related: Uniformly.

n.

"distinctive clothes worn by one group," 1748, from French uniforme, from the adjective (see uniform (adj.)).

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