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monochromatic

mon·o·chro·mat·ic

monochromatic

 
 
pronunciation:
ma no kr mae tihk
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: having or using only a single color or shades of one color.
The house was so monochromatic that the decorator suggested that the owners add more colors to liven it up.The large wall bore one monochromatic painting in shades of yellow.
similar words:
monotone
definition 2: in optics, absorbing or producing light of only a limited range of wavelengths.
a monochromatic filter
definition 3: of or pertaining to a visual disorder resulting in the inability to perceive colors.
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derivations: monochromatically (adv.), monochromicity (n.)
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