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Definition of "homogenised" [homogenised]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of homogenise. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "homogenised" in a sentence
  • "They all look kind of homogenised beige and all derived from the Caucasian gene pool."
  • "Yet, the Police are constantly maligned in the press for their "homogenised" new wave sound."
  • "When one ignores this so-called 'homogenised' data and examines the raw temperature data, it appears that any perceived temperature rises fall well short of those predicted by the 'CO2' based theories, and more importantly, the climate models, thus casting serious doubt on the theories upon which those models are based."