If a group of things are homogeneous, they're all the same or similar, like a room full of identically dressed Elvis impersonators.

The adjective homogeneous comes from the Greek homogenes, meaning “of the same kind.” You can break down the root of the word further into two parts: homos, meaning “same,” and genos, meaning “kind, gender, race, stock.” It sounds very scientific, but if you look around the table at home and everyone is eating a bowl of oatmeal, you could safely describe your family’s breakfast tastes as homogeneous.

Definitions of homogeneous
  1. adjective
    all of the same or similar kind or nature
    “a close-knit homogeneous group”
    synonyms: homogenous
    not diversified
    consistent, uniform
    the same throughout in structure or composition
    of one substance or character throughout
    self-colored, self-coloured, solid
    of the same color throughout
    homogenised, homogenized
    made homogeneous
    uniform, unvarying
    always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences
    closely similar or comparable in kind or quality or quantity or degree
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    heterogeneous, heterogenous
    consisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature
    having variety of character or form or components; or having increased variety
    assorted, miscellaneous, mixed, motley, sundry
    consisting of a haphazard assortment of different kinds
    including markedly dissimilar elements
    inhomogeneous, nonuniform
    not homogeneous
    unlike in nature or quality or form or degree
    characterized by variety
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