from The Century Dictionary.
- Not uniform; wanting uniformity.
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Never use flour barrels, soiled or ununiform barrels of any kind.
Apple Growing M. C. Burritt
The nuts from the trees, of course, are very ununiform, being seedlings, and the bearing of the trees is not especially large, but the apparent thrift and vigor of these trees gives
Should the mixture be poured into a horizontal mold, like the floor of a house, the stone and sand settle, forming an ununiform mass.
Indeed, throughout the entire command the remarkable fact was to be noted that a company of regular cavalry, taking the field against hostile Indians, had discarded pretty much every item of dress or equipment prescribed or furnished by the authorities of the United States, and had supplied themselves with an outfit utterly ununiform, unpicturesque, undeniably slouchy, but not less undeniably appropriate and serviceable.
Starlight Ranch and Other Stories of Army Life on the Frontier Charles King 1888
Willett had kicked off his fine uniform trousers and ununiform Oxfords, and was cursing the striker who had hidden his scouting rig.
Tonio, Son of the Sierras A Story of the Apache War Charles King 1888
But in traditional revelation it is quite otherwise; tradition being a very unequal and ununiform way of conveyance.
a house, the stone and sand settle, forming an ununiform mass.
Edison, His Life and Inventions Frank Lewis Dyer 1905
Ethics,” 1864, enters also upon Greek ethics, though here from a somewhat antiquated stand-point, and is somewhat ununiform, breaking off the historical development by an unhappy classification, and furnishing rather single - points than a connected presentation.
Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics. 1819-1870 1873