monadic

/ (mɒˈnædɪk) /

adjective

being or relating to a monad
logic maths (of an operator, predicate, etc) having only a single argument place

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Example sentences from the Web for monadic

  • It is the monadic essence, or material used in creation, or it may be called the outpouring of Divine force into matter.

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