unicolor

or u·ni·col·ored

[ yoo-ni-kuhl-er, yoo-ni-kuhl- ]
/ ˌyu nɪˈkʌl ər, ˈyu nɪˌkʌl- /

adjective

having only one color.

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Also especially British, u·ni·col·our, u·ni·col·oured .

Origin of unicolor

First recorded in 1775–85; uni- + color
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