1. a person who is completely color-blind
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How To Use monochromat In A Sentence

  • Mr. Hernandez's monochromatic costumes were 1950s-style, with the plain garb of the villagers contrasting with the cosmopolitan clothes of Neruda and his wife, Matilde, and Di Cosimo's natty, attention-getting white suit. When Postman and Poet Meet
  • You can hear him drawing breath - tiny gasps during "Bloom," big gulpy lungfuls during "Morning Mr. Magpie" - but he exhales the same as ever: in a mumbly, monochromatic moan where the vowels are dramatic and the consonants are tough to make out. Album review: Radiohead, "The King of Limbs"
  • Just as America is becoming a monochromatic world of look-alike stores, so too the entire world is getting a bit more homogenized with CNN and the Internet.
  • It was a monochromatic, under-waterish, caterpillar-crawl of a trip. ICED
  • 35 years later, along comes Lenola, with another double album that proves psychedelic music can still be pretty monochromatic, a full generation after the term came into being.
  • Artisans began to experiment with single coloured glazes, and the collection includes several such simple, monochromatic vases, dishes, and bowls.
  • Today, the question marks of celebrity are stinking up the primetime game show circuit, sending that genre into the dumper faster than department stores can send those monochromatic ties back to the warehouses.
  • This partiality, monochromatism and bias could have been found in the Slovak press before 1989," he stated. Slovak Spectator
  • To avoid the monochromatic look that can result from using bronzers, use a bit of colour on the cheek for a natural sun-kissed look.
  • After diffraction of the beam, the monochromatic radiation was exited from the lower part of the slit and transmitted by another light guide.
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