What's the correct adjective in English to describe a characteristic of a nation, which is in having few differences in appearance among the people that belong to that nation?

For example:

  1. And then Jack said, "The Brits are more ________________ than Americans!"

  2. And then miss Lin cried, "The Japanese are more _______________ than the Chinese."

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    I’m voting to close this question because it is based on a misconception. Jul 18 at 14:16
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    As a British person, I find that an interesting notion! We're getting on dangerous ground here, but the cliché is that 'white' people used to think other ethnicities 'all looked the same', I suppose partly because they don't have the variety of hair colour/texture that we do. You could say more uniform in appearance. Jul 18 at 14:17
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    It's a matter of habituation. At first I could not distinguish Asian between those from different countries, and similarly at first they cannot easily tell the difference between Europeans. In my school class were a pair of identical twins, but after a while I could tell them apart. Jul 18 at 14:24
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    @WeatherVane - "In my school class were a pair of identical twins" - my daughter had a pair in her class, aged 6, and I asked how she told them apart. She said 'It's easy. One's Frank and the other's Peter'. Jul 18 at 15:08
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    The question seems fine to me, but appears to be getting close votes because of the "assumptions" in the question. Perhaps you could edit it to say that you're not claiming that the sentences are true, but are only looking for a word to express the concept? Maybe use fictional country names? or change the second sentence to just be the first sentence with the countries swapped?
    – cigien
    Jul 18 at 16:01