Related formsmon·o·chro·mat·i·cal·ly, adverbmon·o·chro·ma·tic·i·ty [mon-uh-kroh-muh-tis-i-tee] /ˌmɒn əˌkroʊ məˈtɪs ɪ ti/, noun
Examples from the Web for monochromatic
One editor who read an early submission referred to it as “monochromatic,” which clearly meant “boring.”
How could a supposedly savvy political operation assemble such a monochromatic room?Poll Question: Does the Obama Campaign Have a Diversity Problem?|Ryan Prior|April 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The monochromatic man of letters himself bounded on stage to a burst of applause.
Filmed in Riga, Latvia, in monochromatic, sepia tones, the film evokes a world drained of life and color.
The light emitted by the glowing sodium vapour is said to be monochromatic.Heroes of Science|M. M. Pattison Muir
Monochromatic light is utilized in photo-micrography for the best rendition of detail.Artificial Light|M. Luckiesh
But monochromatic or "bright-line" light is, by its nature, incapable of being so diffused.A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century|Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
Monochromatic painting upon pottery, familiar to the primitive Ionians, seems to have originated upon the Syro-Phnician coasts.History of Ancient Art|Franz von Reber
With these considerations to guide us, let us follow the course of a beam of monochromatic light through our glass prism.Six Lectures on Light|John Tyndall