Etymology
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monochromatic (adj.)

"of one color, consisting of light of one wavelength," 1807, from mono- + chromatic, or from monochrome. Perhaps based on French monochromatique or Greek monokhrōmatos "of one color." Related: Monochromatically (1784).

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Definitions of monochromatic

monochromatic (adj.)
of or relating to monochromatism;
monochromatic (adj.)
(of light or other electromagnetic radiation) having only one wavelength;
monochromatic light
Synonyms: homochromatic
monochromatic (adj.)
having or appearing to have only one color;
Synonyms: monochrome / monochromic / monochromous
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