kind, type, class
A generic description or attribute is not specific to any one thing but applies to all members of an entire class or group.
The word homogeneous is used to describe a group that has members or parts which are similar or are all of the same type.
If something engenders a particular feeling or attitude, it causes that condition.
A congenital condition is something someone is born with, such as a character trait or physical state.
A degenerate person is immoral, wicked, or corrupt.
A genre is a category, type, or class of artistic work.
A heterogeneous grouping is made up of many differing or unlike parts.
An individual's genotype is their genetic makeup that determines the physical traits that they as a particular individual possess.
When you speak about something in a general way, you talk about all of it or the main parts of it, not about its small parts or all its facts.
an idea or conclusion having general application
reasoning from detailed facts to general principles
a general kind of something
the quality of being diverse and not comparable in kind
the quality of being similar or comparable in kind or nature
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