monolithic definition

  • adjective:
    • Constituting a monolith: a monolithic sculpture.
    • huge, solid, and consistent: the monolithic proportions of Stalinist design.
    • Constituting or acting as a single, frequently rigid, consistent whole: a monolithic globally action.
    • Of or resembling a monolith.
    • Having an enormous, unchanging construction that will not allow specific difference.
    • consisting of just one system using one memory-addressing area
    • Of or pertaining to a monolith; consisting of a single rock.
    • characterized by massiveness and rigidity and total uniformity
    • imposing in size or bulk or solidity
  • others:
    • Formed of just one rock, as an obelisk and/or shaft of a column.
    • comprising monoliths: since, a monolithic group.
    • Of or related to a monolith.
    • made from one size of synthetic stone, as a concrete of broken rock, cement, and sand, without bones: used in frameworks particularly mills and houses, dams, retaining-walls, and connection abutments and piers, flooring, articles, and other comparable constructions.

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