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monograph (n.)

"treatise on a single subject, account or description of a single thing," 1805, from mono- "single" + -graph "something written." Earlier in this sense was monography (1773). Related: Monographic; monographist; monographer (1770).

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Definitions of monograph

monograph (n.)
a detailed and documented treatise on a particular subject;
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