Definition of monochromatically in English:


Pronunciation /-ik(ə)lē/


See monochromatic

‘Most of the flashback sequences are monochromatically colour-coded to the tiniest detail.’
  • ‘The painting is monochromatically brown, drifting into black and brownish greens, colours to which Staël gives a brilliant luminosity.’
  • ‘This is not a monochromatically somber piece, but a suspenseful slice of unvarnished life, mixing anguish and grief with smiles and laughs.’
  • ‘The lens would have near-perfect performance, at least on axis, monochromatically, and not including fabrication errors.’
  • ‘This consistency paints the album monochromatically, but achieves powerful effects on the more ephemeral songs.’