V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
noun, verb, adjective
Definition: (n.) distinctive clothing of a particular group worn for identification purposes; (v.) 1. to make the same; 2. to provide uniforms; (adj.) being the same
Synonyms: (n.) outfit, clothing, costume, (adj.) consistent, unvarying, alike, equal, identical, unvarying, unchanged, regular, analogous
Antonyms: (adj.) different, unlike, diverse, dissimilar
Tips: Uniform is derived from the Latin uniformis, which means "of one form." Uniform is used as a noun, verb, and adjective, (see usage examples) but always refers to things that are the same.
Katie hated wearing her school uniform everyday. (costume, outfit) noun
The police officers were uniformed in dark blue shirts, pants, and caps. (made the same, outfitted) verb
When making this art project, it is important to make sure the thickness of the wood is uniform. (consistent, equal, unvarying) adjective
My husband and I usually agree on the interior décor of our house because we have uniform tastes. (equal, identical) adjective
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