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Definition of "unevenness" []

  • The quality or characteristic of being uneven; irregularity; inconsistency; the lack of smoothness or continuity. (noun)
  • The result or product of being uneven. (noun)
  • A rough or uneven thing. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unevenness" in a sentence
  • "I maintain that the evident unevenness is not an attempt to ignore overtly what transpired before and in tandem with Swahili history, but rather that it is the result of an unfortunate tendency to assume that the Swahili achievements are occurred because of their historic associations with people and places external to the continent."
  • ""[I] f Jindabyne doesn't quite coalesce like its taut predecessor, it comes close enough; its unevenness is made up for by its ambitious wanderings through trickier, thought-provoking terrain, and, although it goes slack occasionally, clocking in at just over two hours, the film resonates with rhythmic momentum," writes Kristi Mitsuda at Reverse Shot."
  • "The stress field is a sprawling one, characterized by unevenness and lack of coordination not unlike many other domains within the behavioral and mental health sciences, with pockets of substantial development separated by faddish, superficial, or one-time forays."
  • "With a convention oven, the circulation of the heat can be uneven; this unevenness occurs when other pans and pots in the oven block the heat."
  • "Yet there is a kind of unevenness to the Holocaust sites, with some focused on personal and individual experiences and others of broader scope."