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monotone

Maths (of a sequence or function) consistently increasing or decreasing in value

monotone

[′män·ə‚tōn]
(science and technology)
A quantity which never increases (or which never decreases) as a function of some other quantity. Also known as monotonic.
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One could expect to find in any given issue articles, short stories, comics, news bulletins, and advertisements that transformed the monotony and horrors of war into satirical, light-natured pieces.
Unhook the rungs on the ladder of lies, It is what it was until it dies, Peccadilloes of the wingless flies, Ritual monotony that everyone buys.
It is expected that 2012 will also be an exception to the usual monotony, after the current year saw many developments, from Tunisia to Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Syria and other countries.
There is a monotony that has set in me, and that has to be broken.
But keeping your senses open to the wildlife that's all around you is a great way to distract your mind from the monotony of running.
Are you stuck in your cubicle of corporate monotony, dreaming of the day you'll get over your fears and start your own business?
I'm still not sure how it will look when finished, but I know when it does I, and probably many others, will be saddened, as our journeys will inevitably revert back to monotony.
When the civil rights movement comes to her town, the opportunity Paris needs to break out of the monotony of life presents itself.
Imagine Freedom from Monotony with Samsung Samsung's new MP3 Players "rocking" Gitex Technology Week 2008
What better way to break the monotony and stroke your ego at the same time, than getting involved in a high profile case like missing Madeleine McCann.
Die 'Werk are not everybody's cup of tea - to lovers of melody, a mesmerising monotony of Teutonic technophilia; to cloth-eared oafs, a dog-bothering bombardment of quacks and clicks - but rather wonderfully, and befitting a band that tours with nothing more than four laptops and a plug adapter, Kraftwerk have made their entire recorded output available for you to enjoy free, at kraftwerk.
But there were moments on her latest CD I felt numbed by the monotony of the tracks.