heterogeneous (Meaning)

Wordnet

heterogeneous (a)

consisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature

originating outside the body

Webster

heterogeneous (a.)

Differing in kind; having unlike qualities; possessed of different characteristics; dissimilar; -- opposed to homogeneous, and said of two or more connected objects, or of a conglomerate mass, considered in respect to the parts of which it is made up.

heterogeneous Sentence Examples

  1. The heterogeneous group comprised individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  2. The heterogeneous nature of the population presented unique challenges in implementing social policies.
  3. The classroom was intentionally heterogeneous, encouraging students to learn from and appreciate their differences.
  4. The heterogeneous structure of the material made it difficult to predict its electrical properties.
  5. Scientists were surprised to discover the heterogeneous distribution of elements within the comet's nucleus.
  6. The heterogeneous composition of the soil provided a wide range of nutrients for the plants.
  7. The heterogeneous nature of public opinion made it difficult to reach a consensus on the issue.
  8. The heterogeneous data set presented analytical challenges for the researchers.
  9. The heterogeneous crowd gathered in the park, united by their shared desire for change.
  10. The heterogeneous landscape of the region featured towering mountains, lush valleys, and sparkling lakes.

FAQs About the word heterogeneous

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The heterogeneous group comprised individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences.

The heterogeneous nature of the population presented unique challenges in implementing social policies.

The classroom was intentionally heterogeneous, encouraging students to learn from and appreciate their differences.

The heterogeneous structure of the material made it difficult to predict its electrical properties.