monograph vs monogram

monograph monogram


  • 1) A scholarly book or a treatise on a single subject or a group of related subjects, usually written by one person.
  • 2) A scholarly piece of writing of essay or book length on a specific, often limited subject.
  • 3) A written account or description of a single thing, or class of things; a special treatise on a particular subject of limited range.
  • 4) a detailed and documented treatise on a particular subject
  • 5) An account or description of a single thing or class of things; a treatise on a single subject or a single department, division, or detail of a branch of study.
  • 6) transitive To write a monograph on (a subject).
  • 7) To write a monograph on.


  • 1) A design composed of one or more letters, often intertwined, used as an identifying mark of an individual or institution.
  • 2) obsolete, rare A sentence consisting of only one line, or an epigram consisting of only one verse, of poetry.
  • 3) obsolete A picture drawn in line only, before the colour and/or shading is applied; an outline sketch.
  • 4) A design composed of one or more letters, typically the initials of a name, used as an identifying mark.
  • 5) A character or cipher composed of two or more letters interwoven or combined so as to represent a name, or a part of it (usually the initials). Monograms are often used on seals, ornamental pins, rings, buttons, and by painters, engravers, etc., to distinguish their works.
  • 6) rare A picture in lines; a sketch.
  • 7) rare An arbitrary sign for a word.
  • 8) a graphic symbol consisting of 2 or more letters combined (usually your initials); printed on stationery or embroidered on clothing
  • 9) One character in writing; a mark or design formed or consisting of one letter.
  • 10) A picture drawn in lines without color; a sketch.
  • 11) Two or more of the letters of a name or word, or of the initials of several names or words, so combined as to form or appear to form a single character.
  • 12) transitive To mark something with a monogram.
  • 13) To mark with a design composed of one or more letters.
  • 14) To inscribe or ornament with a monogram.


  • 1) This is the first foreign monograph on the work of a contemporary English artist.
  • 2) Angels of Modernism is one of those rare beasts: an academic monograph that is both intellectually exacting and engaging.
  • 3) The King is Dead is not a conventional scholarly monograph like those published by university presses and read by precious few.
  • 4) Because your monograph is already graded, and you are already taking independent study units, your course units have to be efficient uses of your time.
  • 5) James Lee's dissertation-based monograph is said to have been published by Harvard University Press (2004) as A Frontier Political Economy, Southwest China.
  • 6) While most scholarly books are reviewed by a few carefully chosen experts before publication, McKenzie Wark's latest monograph is getting line-by-line critiques from hundreds of strangers in cyberspace, many of whom know absolutely nothing about his academic field.
  • 7) This monograph is dedicated to Julianne, whose life story inspired it, and to Gertrude, who encouraged me to write it.
  • 8) Clinch got this idea from a Shelley Fisher Fishkin monograph Was Huck Black which calls attention to Twain’s use of “signifying” speech, a complex rhetorical doubling characteristic of black speakers of Twain’s time and documented by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
  • 9) That would be seen by millions and ensure popular awareness of her exhibition, unusual for anything but the big-name monograph shows, or the Impressionists.
  • 10) He refers to the common meaning of monograph, which is a book-length work.
  • 11) Subsequently, in 2002, NASA commissioned distinguished space writer and veteran UFO debunker James Oberg to write a 30,000-word monograph refuting the notion that the Apollo program was a hoax.
  • 12) ‘Academics will have to take time off from writing specialized articles and monographs long enough to write rigorous and stimulating textbooks for all grade levels.’
  • 13) ‘To be sure, it is a worthy subject for a monograph or doctoral dissertation.’
  • 14) ‘Every once in a while it is refreshing to put aside detailed academic monographs in favor of shorter studies that are full of suggestive concepts and ideas.’
  • 15) ‘In a series of essays and monographs written between 1885 and 1900, Freud radically reconceptualized hysteria.’
  • 16) ‘What about ‘non-traditional’ scholarship, which may appear in obscure peer-reviewed journals or specialized monographs.’
  • 17) ‘By the early 1930s, monographs and more popular studies of world music had begun to appear in significant numbers, spurred on by the popularization of humanistic scholarship in general.’
  • 18) ‘There existed until very recently only a handful of monographs on the subject.’
  • 19) ‘Although there are detailed monographs on leading goldsmiths in London, New York and Philadelphia during this period, nothing comparable exists for Ireland.’
  • 20) ‘In spite of the wealth of monographs on aspects of eighteenth-century Paris, few historians have offered a synthetic treatment of that city.’
  • 21) ‘A number of different proposals exist for the historical occasion of the letter, both in shorter studies and in monographs.’
  • 22) ‘It was the first book on this subject since the monograph of L P Eisenhart in 1926.’
  • 23) ‘This series was established in 1966 to bridge the gap between specialist articles and monographs on the one hand and general surveys on the other.’
  • 24) ‘Of special interest are a series of monographs related to distance education.’
  • 25) ‘Detailed notes and an excellent bibliographic essay end the monograph.’
  • 26) ‘He contributed the third volume in this series with his monograph on topology which we will mention again below.’
  • 27) ‘In addition to single botanical monographs, there are several monographs on proprietary herbal combination products that have been the subject of clinical research.’
  • 28) ‘The full list of her book chapters, articles, monographs, curricula, manuals and more runs to many pages.’
  • 29) ‘I hope it will encourage the appearance of other local monographs as well as much-needed comprehensive studies of African American religion and churches.’
  • 30) ‘The social history of crime is a vibrant area of intellectual enquiry, which since the 1960s has generated a proliferation of monographs and essays on a diversity of issues.’
  • 31) ‘The wide interest for basic and applied research on photochromism in the last decade is well documented by two monographs.’
  • 32) ‘Samples taken by Richardson were monographed by Billings and subsequent documentation was usually in the form of fossil lists reported together with stratigraphic sections.’
  • 33) ‘The species was last monographed by Lambe and by current standards is not well described, or adequately illustrated.’
  • 34) ‘During his stay at Kent State, Loren monographed the Devonian and Mississippian conulariids of North America, and described disarticulated conulariids.’
  • 35) ‘The first Chairman of the Department of Paleontology and his student monographed the morphology of this great carnivore in 1932.’
  • 36) ‘Colosteus was recently monographed by Hook, and it might be difficult to significantly extend his description of the lower jaw.’
  • 37) ‘The late Ordovician brachiopods have been monographed by Villas, who detected a genetic, but not very close, similarity with Armorican and Perunican faunas.’
  • 38) ‘In addition, the paleosols of these formations have also been monographed.’
  • 39) ‘The rich Hettangian ammonite fauna first collected and recognized by Muller has been monographed by Guex.’


  • 1) A silver-backed brush and comb set with her monogram gleamed in the soft bedside light.
  • 2) He wore a navy blue blazer bearing the elegant understated monogram of the Mayhew Academy.
  • 3) ‘Many couples include monograms or logos that are repeated other places in the wedding and reception as well.’
  • 4) ‘For a touch of elegance and personalization, embellish the pocket with an embroidered monogram or crest.’
  • 5) ‘Use strips of ribbon or braid to make a family monogram, or embroider it by hand or machine.’
  • 6) ‘These days, Childs sports a purple baseball cap with his monogram and the initials of his college fraternity, Omega Psi Phi, on it.’
  • 7) ‘Traditional monograms are created with the last name initial centered and larger than the other characters around it.’
  • 8) ‘Many of the cases were personalized with monograms and scuffed by wear.’
  • 9) ‘The monogram EJP is positioned identically on both.’
  • 10) ‘The maker's mark on the dishes is a distinctive monogram, clearly composed of the initials ‘RF’.’
  • 11) ‘My mother was obviously very concerned as to what her children's initials would look like when displayed as monograms on dressing-gowns and sets of luggage.’
  • 12) ‘Both spoons, in addition to the monogram, bear the incuse letter ‘m,’ which, it has been believed, signifies manufacture no later than 1875.’
  • 13) ‘A single first initial of your first name as a monogram has a casual, whimsical kind of feel.’
  • 14) ‘Develop your own personal monogram for your art!’
  • 15) ‘These yield an unearthly effect, especially since the artist has draped his monogram, suspended from a garland, across the top of the picture.’
  • 16) ‘Crucially for Fitzroy fans, it will prominently feature the FFC monogram.’
  • 17) ‘It is signed with a monogram, or perhaps a small drawing, which I will not even attempt to describe.’
  • 18) ‘I thought the Marc brand was beyond monograms - turns out I was wrong.’
  • 19) ‘There are numerous further examples of closely comparable enamels inscribed with these monograms.’
  • 20) ‘Her gaze very slowly lowered to the monogram on the needlework sample and she swallowed hard.’
  • 21) ‘Both cabinets include the discreet monogram of the painter E.J. Poynter in the third panel.’
  • 22) ‘At an initial glance, the calligraphic monogram looks like a flowery collection of decorative marks.’
  • 23) ‘Other quick-change options include crocheted doilies, printed tea towels, monogrammed napkins, or hemmed fabric remnants.’
  • 24) ‘Her Portland, Oregon, home is full of the things she loves - peeling painted furniture, Mexican artifacts, architectural salvage, monogrammed French linens.’
  • 25) ‘Gliding around the courtroom in one of his deep-blue suits and white monogrammed shirts, Perri tells the jury that Aimes lied in his original statement to the police.’
  • 26) ‘We ought really to have been wearing monogrammed bathrobes.’
  • 27) ‘Police obtained a search warrant for the doctor's home, where they seized several monogrammed shirts.’
  • 28) ‘They are monogrammed with the arms of Devon families - Cholwich impaling Duntz.’
  • 29) ‘Ciampa, who wears crisp monogrammed shirts and walks with an imperial gait, sticks to the role of advice giver in the old-school style.’
  • 30) ‘I had a drawerful of the things, most of them with a neat J monogrammed in one corner.’
  • 31) ‘The front door was painted a creamy white, and had a bronze knocker entrenched in the center, monogrammed with the house's name.’
  • 32) ‘They wear blue jeans and work boots and shirts with their first names monogrammed above the pocket.’
  • 33) ‘For example, we monogram pillowcases for regular customers.’
  • 34) ‘Use your machine to monogram his initial on the tie.’
  • 35) ‘The main feature of each room is either a four-poster or half-tester bed, all adorned with inviting monogrammed white linen sheets and pillows.’
  • 36) ‘‘I'm going to the rest room,’ Kaitlyn announced, folding the monogrammed napkin back in place.’
  • 37) ‘Last year I lost a lot of the ornaments, I just couldn't find them, as well as our monogrammed Christmas stockings.’
  • 38) ‘Everybody and their sister used to wear these back when many of us were in preppy Izod shirts, turtlenecks, and monogrammed sweaters.’
  • 39) ‘The monogrammed towels and bathrobes are large and fluffy.’
  • 40) ‘His most prized possession, an obsolete can opener with the monogrammed initial ‘S,’ was still at Tatz's apartment along with his only change of socks.’
  • 41) ‘He's got the shoes-without-socks look just right and similarly, his monogrammed shirt - ‘DJ’ is stitched in small letters on the left collar - should be poncy but isn't.’
  • 42) ‘The big trend for monogrammed tote bags will be big initials, printed across the whole side panel of the bag in big, bold colors.’

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