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Usage examples for heterogeneously

  1. It was a very different thing to try to play Calvin over some twenty- five millions of a heterogeneously composed nation, abounding in variations of temperament, faith, laws, and habits and weltering in unfathomable distractions. – Rousseau Volumes I. and II. by John Morley
  2. It is a case of the conflict of two self- systems in a personality up to that time heterogeneously divided, but in which, after the conversion crisis, the higher loves and powers come definitely to gain the upper hand and expel the forces which up to that time had kept them down to the position of mere grumblers and protesters and agents of remorse and discontent. – Modern Religious Cults and Movements by Gaius Glenn Atkins
  3. They are small, and by the necessity of accumulating stores, where there are so few opportunities of purchase, the rooms are very heterogeneously filled. – A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland by Samuel Johnson
  4. In the bosoms of this people, thus heterogeneously composed, there was burning, kindled at different furnaces, but all furnaces of affliction, one clear, steady flame of liberty. – Orations by John Quincy Adams
  5. It is a case of the conflict of two self- systems in a personality up to that time heterogeneously divided, but in which, after the conversion- crisis, the higher loves and powers come definitively to gain the upper- hand and expel the forces which up to that time had kept them down in the position of mere grumblers and protesters and agents of remorse and discontent. – The Letters of William James, Vol. II by William James
  6. Instead of two articles of diet he appeared to have something heterogeneously one in flavor. – Kenny by Leona Dalrymple
  7. Nevertheless we cannot but think that, scanty as they are, the facts, taken altogether, tend to show both that the more heterogeneous organisms have been evolved in the later geologic periods, and that Life in general has been more heterogeneously manifested as time has advanced. – Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I by Herbert Spencer
  8. There were at the time but three other midshipmen in the ship, of whom it can only be said that they were like midshipmen in general, with little appetite for learning, but good appetites for dinner, hating everything like work, fond of everything like fun, fighting a l'outrance one minute, and sworn friends the next- with general principles of honour and justice, but which were occasionally warped according to circumstances; with all the virtues and vices so heterogeneously jumbled and heaped together, that it was almost impossible to ascribe any action to its true motive, and to ascertain to what point their vice was softened down into almost a virtue, and their virtues from mere excess degenerated into vice. – Mr. Midshipman Easy by Captain Frederick Marryat
  9. The long bombproof is heterogeneously furnished with full and empty ammunition- boxes marked A. O. S., a leathern sofa- divan, tattered by spurs and marked by muddy boots, several cane or canvas deck- chairs, and others of the Windsor pattern common to the barrack- room. – The Dop Doctor by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
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