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Monotonic

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Adjective

1. monotone, monotonic

of a sequence or function; consistently increasing and never decreasing or consistently decreasing and never increasing in value

2. flat, monotone, monotonic, monotonous

sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch

Example Sentences:
'the owl's faint monotonous hooting'

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Monotonic

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adjective
another word for monotone (sense 5)

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Monotonic

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n.
1. A succession of sounds or words uttered in a single tone of voice.
2. Music
a. A single tone repeated with different words or time values, especially in a rendering of a liturgical text.
b. A chant in a single tone.
3. Sameness or dull repetition in sound, style, manner, or color.
adj.
1. Characterized by or uttered in a monotone: a monotone recitation of names.
2. Of or having a single color: a cat with a monotone coat.
3. also mon·o·ton·ic (mŏnə-tŏnĭk) Mathematics Designating sequences, the successive members of which either consistently increase or decrease but do not oscillate in relative value. Each member of a monotone increasing sequence is greater than or equal to the preceding member; each member of a monotone decreasing sequence is less than or equal to the preceding member.

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