Meaning of heterogeneousness in English:



See heterogeneous

‘Another was their ability to forge illusory stylistic coherence despite their records' actual heterogeneousness.’
  • ‘Here's an argument, inspired by Tocqueville, that we can assess the health of a democracy by examining the heterogeneousness of its culture.’
  • ‘Present day processes of creating new economic environments seem to point more towards a large heterogeneousness of these social forms, hence of markets.’
  • ‘The floristic structure of these forests, their great heterogeneousness, seemed to push aside the hypothesis of extensive production as in Asia.’
  • ‘The essence of existence is not unity, sameness and continuity, not homogenousness, but diversity and difference, heterogeneousness.’