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from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not separated into individuals or component parts: specifically noting certain rocks or parts of rocks, eruptive in origin, which have an undefined base not resolvable into distinct crystalline forms by the microscope.

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  • adjective Not individualized.


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  • For if all humans share the same intellect, then upon physical death, all that remains of the person is an unindividualized intellect.

    Gersonides Rudavsky, Tamar 2007

  • Units of Force, so that finally that which left THE ALL as unindividualized energy returns to its source as countless highly developed Units of Life, having risen higher and higher in the scale by means of Physical, Mental and Spiritual Evolution.

    The Kybalion A Study of The Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece Three Initiates

  • She examined with care all the minutiae of the handsome, unindividualized costume of black velvet worn by their visitor, but turned an absent ear to her talk, which brought out various facts relating to a numerous family of young children.

    The Bent Twig Dorothy Canfield Fisher 1918

  • They are generally unindividualized, lay figures swayed by the passions of the moment, or at best mere “humour” characters representing love's epitome, extravagant jealousy, or eternal constancy.

    The Life and Romances of Mrs Eliza Haywood Whicher, George Frisbie 1915

  • In his mind's eye he saw himself domiciled in some thriving interior town, working and studying among people who were not unindividualized by an artificial environment.

    The Price Francis Lynde 1893

  • "Never hearn afore ez enny o 'the Yerbys knowed B from bull-foot," remarked one of the unindividualized lumpish moonshiners, shadowy, indistinguishable in the circle about the rotund figure of the still.

    The Moonshiners At Hoho-Hebee Falls 1895 Mary Noailles Murfree 1886

  • For in sudden changes of mood and in effective contrast the tones came showering forth in keen, quick staccato, every one as round and distinct as a globule, but as unindividualized in the swift exuberance of the whole as a drop in a summer's rain; the bow was but a glancing line of light in its rapidity, and the bounding movement of the theme set many a foot astir marking time.

    The Moonshiners At Hoho-Hebee Falls 1895 Mary Noailles Murfree 1886

  • Most people would have pronounced her beautiful, but her beauty was of that rudimentary, unindividualized kind which is found so frequently among the peasantry of all nations.

    Ilka on the Hill-Top and Other Stories Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen 1871

  • The final particles or monads of air or granite are not dissolvingly blended into continuity of unindividualized atmosphere or rock when united with their elemental masses, but are thrust unapproachably apart by molecular repulsion.

    The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life William Rounseville Alger 1863

  • Man thus divested would be God — would be unindividualized.

    Tales. 1845


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