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Meanings of Monarthritis:

noun

Inflammation of a single joint; an instance of this.

Meanings of Monarticular:

adjective

Especially of arthritis: affecting a single joint.

Meanings of Monas:

noun

Monad 2 now rare.

Meanings of Monaster:

noun

A unipolar (monopolar) or half spindle.

Meanings of Monasterial:

adjective

Belonging to or of the nature of a monastery.

Monasteries

ˈmɒn.ə.stri

Meanings of Monasteries:

noun

A building or buildings occupied by a community of monks living under religious vows.

Usage examples:

In the middle of the 19th century abbot of the monastery was a monk named genadii.

Monastery

ˈmɒn.ə.stri

Meanings of Monastery:

noun

A building or buildings occupied by a community of monks living under religious vows.

Usage examples:

In the middle of the 19th century abbot of the monastery was a monk named genadii.

Meanings of Monastical:

adjective

Designating, relating to, or characteristic of the monastic life or a person who lives such a life; monastic. in early use: specifically †solitary, eremitic (obsolete).

Monasticism

məˈnæs.tɪ.sɪ.zəm

Meanings of Monasticism:

noun

The way monks live

Meanings of Monasticize:

verb

To make monastic in character; to convert to monasticism.

Monastics

məˈnastɪk

Meanings of Monastics:

noun

A monk or other follower of a monastic rule.

Usage examples:

Weber's texts also employ the typology to distinguish the asceticism of medieval monastics from tha…
adjective

Relating to monks, nuns, or others living under religious vows, or the buildings in which they live.

Usage examples:

A monastic order

Monatomic

ˌmɒn.əˈtɒm.ɪk

Meanings of Monatomic:

adjective

Consisting of one atom.

Usage examples:

Although the most common anion formed by oxygen is monatomic, oxygen can also form diatomic ions kn…

Meanings of Monatomicity:

noun

The property or condition of being monatomic.

Monaural

mɒnˈɔː.rəl

Meanings of Monaural:

adjective

Of or involving one ear.

Usage examples:

They found that patients who were fitted binaurally after a monaural trial perceived their hearing …

Monaurally

mɒnˈɔː.rəl.i

Meanings of Monaurally:

adverb

In a way that relates to or uses only one ear

Usage examples:

The performance of the monaurally impaired participants in the experiments is reported below., the …

Meanings of Monaxial:

adjective

Relating to or having a single axis; occurring round or along one axis.

Meanings of Monaxon:

adjective

Of a sponge spicule: having a single (straight or curved) axis.

noun

A monaxon sponge spicule.

Meanings of Monaxonic:

adjective

Of a sponge spicule, coral sclerite, etc.: that has a single axis; = monaxon .

Monazite

ˈmɒnəzʌɪt

Meanings of Monazite:

noun

A brown crystalline mineral consisting of a phosphate of cerium, lanthanum, other rare earth elements, and thorium.

Usage examples:

The unusual age zonation is probably linked to the mineralogical association of monazite and apatit…

Monazites

ˈmɒnəzʌɪt

Meanings of Monazites:

noun

A brown crystalline mineral consisting of a phosphate of cerium, lanthanum, other rare earth elements, and thorium.

Usage examples:

The unusual age zonation is probably linked to the mineralogical association of monazite and apatit…

Meanings of Monchiquite:

noun

A lamprophyre containing small phenocrysts of olivine and augite, and usually also biotite or an amphibole, in a glassy groundmass consisting of or containing analcite.

Meanings of Mondain:

noun

A man who belongs to aristocratic or fashionable society; a male inhabitant of the beau monde.

Mondaine

mɒnˈdeɪn

Meanings of Mondaine:

adjective

Belonging to fashionable society; worldly.

Usage examples:

Her mondaine world
noun

A fashionable woman.

Meanings of Monday:

noun

The day of the week before tuesday and following sunday.

Usage examples:

I saw him on monday
adverb

On monday.

Usage examples:

I'll ring you monday

Meanings of Monday morning quarterback:

noun

A person who passes judgement on and criticizes something after the event.

Usage examples:

Critics and monday morning quarterbacks are a dime a dozen, but it remains to be seen.
idiom

Someone who says how an event or problem should have been dealt with by others after it has already been dealt with

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