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ūnĭ-formis , e, adj. unus-forma,
I.having only one shape or form, uniform (postAug.): “simplex quiddam et uniforme doceri,Tac. Or. 32: “facies deorum dearumque,App. M. 11, p. 259, 3: “humanum genus,id. Asclep. p. 98, 18: “alimonia,Macr. S. 7, 5: “institutum,Aur. Vict. Epit. 9 med.—Adv.: ūnĭformĭter , in one and the same manner, uniformly, App. Asclep. p. 77, 18; Arn. 2, 88.
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