monochromatic definition

  • adjective:
    • Having or showing up to possess only one shade.
    • Of or made up of radiation of just one wavelength: monochromatic light.
    • Done in monochrome: monochromatic prints and paintings.
    • Of or exhibiting monochromatism.
    • Having just one shade, represented by varying colors and tints. For example tones in a black and white tv.
    • Perceptive of only 1 shade; struggling to distinguish colors; total shade loss of sight.
    • simple, lifeless, lifeless.
    • Consisting of one color, or presenting rays of light of one shade just.
    • (of light or any other electromagnetic radiation) having only one wavelength
    • having or showing up to possess just one shade
    • of or regarding monochromatism
  • others:
    • composed of light of one wave-length, and in that feeling of one shade just, due to the fact light created by a Bunsen flame which sodium will be volatilized.
    • In therapy, with respect to or described as monochromasy: as, monochromatic sight.
    • Having an affinity for only one dye at a time, in contradistinction to polychromatic.
  • noun:
    • Same as monochromate, 2.

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