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u·ni·form

(yū'ni-fōrm),
1. Having but one form; not variable in form.
2. Of the same form or shape as another structure or object.
[L. uniformis, fr. uni- + forma, form]

uniform

[yo̅o̅′nifôrm]
1 having only one form or shape.
2 distinctive clothing worn by members of a group.

uniform

Having the identical shape or form of other objects of the same class.

uniform

(of leaves) wedge-shaped with the thin end of the wedge at the base.
References in classic literature ?
shouted the commander with a tone of suffering in his voice, while there were still five men between him and Dolokhov with his bluish-gray uniform.
Had I such a uniform as your eminence possesses, I protest I should be mightily content, and I would take an oath never to wear any other costume "
He was in the clutches of the most notorious of cut-throats--a hater of all Europeans, especially those who wore the uniform of Belgium.
The following day Werper spent in overhauling his Belgian uniform, removing from it every vestige of evidence that might indicate its military purposes.
As Tarzan stood for a moment looking down upon his kill and regretting that he could not risk voicing his beloved victory cry, the sight of the uniform suggested a means whereby he might pass to and fro through Wilhelmstal with the minimum chance of detection.
He walked boldly along the little street and those who passed him could not guess that beneath Imperial Germany's uniform beat a savage heart that pulsed with implacable hatred for the Hun.
Then Tarzan backed against the door and slowly removed the uniform coat.
In a quarter of an hour he reappeared, dressed in uniform.
Lieutenant, you are not wearing the uniform of your rank and service.
General Requirements: The City of Hampton is seeking bids for uniforms for Hampton Police Division.
With March Madness just around the corner, you may be appreciating the quality uniforms used by college level athletes.
Marguerite Wilde: Years ago at my school, we had a shop where you could hand in outgrown uniforms and it was washed, pressed and put up for sale at a greatly reduced rate.