- a of a sequence or function; consistently increasing and never decreasing or consistently decreasing and never increasing in value
- s sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch
- Instead he perched there, bitter, monotonic, denouncing Clinton as "the last public defender of a discredited status quo," the "rear guard of the welfare state.
- Still, Ratner's Star, for all of its monotonic monologues, of ten displays impressive erudition and the same inebriated infatuation with language that worked so well in DeLillo's .
- The sensory overload of superstardom is chillingly conveyed in Numb as the Edge's monotonic vocal is underscored by a lacerating guitar lick.
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- Cold Weather Greets The End Of 2013, Start Of 2014
A cold front—nay an Arctic front—passed through the city this morning. Not surprisingly, cooler, drier air quickly followed, with both the temperature and dew point beginning a monotonic downward slide that probably won't stop until early tomorrow morning. Today's high was probably 44 degrees and we will likely be below freezing by early evening . With a brisk wind out of the northwest it will ...
Dec. 30, 2013 - Gothamist