Consisting of dissimilar elements or parts; not homogeneous. See Synonyms at miscellaneous.(adjective)
Completely different; incongruous.(adjective)
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Use "heterogeneous" in a sentence
"- so think of entities as a table of tables - they use the term heterogeneous containment to describe this idea."
"The good and the bad parts of our lives do not interlock with reassuring neatness across the course of a lifetime; instead they sit together in heterogeneous disarray, elbowing one another like distant ancestors told to bunch up tight for a family photograph."
"Mightn't a fair bit of the action be in heterogeneous technologies for repressing extreme preferences?"