How could a supposedly savvy political operation assemble such a monochromatic room?
One editor who read an early submission referred to it as “monochromatic,” which clearly meant “boring.”
He portrayed Cecilia against a monochromatic background, holding a white ermine - an enigmatic feature with multiple meanings.
Filmed in Riga, Latvia, in monochromatic, sepia tones, the film evokes a world drained of life and color.
The monochromatic man of letters himself bounded on stage to a burst of applause.
The vapour from the mixture ignites and we have a monochromatic flame.
You can't get monochromatic light, because light can't be monochromatic.
With these considerations to guide us, let us follow the course of a beam of monochromatic light through our glass prism.
monochromatic painting upon pottery, familiar to the primitive Ionians, seems to have originated upon the Syro-Phnician coasts.
Pauline is the same Pauline who wanted to draw in monochromatic drawing.
monochromatic mon·o·chro·mat·ic (mŏn'ə-krō-māt'ĭk)
Having or appearing to have only one color.
Of or relating to a pure spectral color of a single wavelength.
Of or exhibiting achromatopsia.