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u·ni·form / ˈyoōnəˌfôrm/ • adj. 1. not changing in form or character; remaining the same in all cases and at all times: blocks of stone of uniform size the decline in fertility was not uniform across social classes. ∎  of a similar form or character to another or others: a uniform package of amenities at a choice of hotels. 2. denoting a garment forming part of a person's uniform: black uniform jackets. • n. 1. the distinctive clothing worn by members of the same organization or body or by children attending certain schools: airline pilots in dark blue uniforms | an officer in uniform. ∎ inf. a police officer wearing a uniform: uniforms were already on the scene. 2. a code word representing the letter U, used in radio communication. • v. [tr.] 1. make uniform. 2. provide or dress (someone) in a uniform. DERIVATIVES: u·ni·form·ly / ˈyoōnəˌfôrmlē; ˌyoōnəˈfôrm-/ adv.

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uniform of one or the same form XVI; sb. distinctive uniform dress XVIII. — (O)F. uniforme or L. ūniformis, f. UNI- + forma FORM.
So uniformity XV. — (O)F. or late L.

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