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Origin of monochrome
OTHER WORDS FROM monochromemon·o·chro·mic, mon·o·chro·mi·cal, adjectivemon·o·chro·mi·cal·ly, adverbmon·o·chrom·ist, nounmon·o·chro·my, noun
Words nearby monochrome
Example sentences from the Web for monochrome
In that case, it probably makes more sense to be looking at a monochrome laser printer.Best laser printer: For the home or for your office|PopSci Commerce Team|February 24, 2021|Popular Science
This will surely do in a pinch, but considering the refresh rate of the screen and its monochrome e-ink display, you’re probably better off reading those pages in a different format.
The landscape is stark and monochrome, a burnt yellow scene.‘The Fading Valley’ Brings Jordan Valley Inequalities into Stark Relief|Matt Surrusco|November 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He talked about monochrome color-blocks and an absolute positioning of the Fendi image: contrasts with visual harmony.
Spring is planting season, and the prairie, unlike the days of the pioneers, becomes a monochrome green.How 'The Little Way of Ruthie Leming' Taught Me It's OK to Love My Hometown|Justin Green|April 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
From fishnet-embellished LBDs, to origami-esque skirts and dresses, Jenden succeeded in making monochrome feel absolutely fresh.
Unfortunately, not having the originals, I can only give them in monochrome.Samplers and Tapestry Embroideries|Marcus Bourne Huish
The monochrome of gold behind the gables was drifting into color.Kenny|Leona Dalrymple
His silvery river-views, with all their delicate shades of grey, are almost studies in monochrome.
Once you have found your responsive and sympathetic colors, those grouped together form your Magnetic Monochrome.
Use the colors of the Monochrome in such cases as will give you the best vibration, the color that best responds to you.
British Dictionary definitions for monochrome
- a painting, drawing, etc, done in a range of tones of a single colour
- the technique or art of this