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Definition of "monadic" [mo•nad•ic]

  • Of or relating to a monad (adjective)
  • Univalent (adjective)
  • Of or relating to the Monas genus of microorganisms (adjective)
  • Having an arity of one (taking a single argument or operand) (adjective)

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Use "monadic" in a sentence
  • "But this model gives little comfort to those who understand the theological equality of all local churches as dictating a structure of 'monadic' communities coexisting without acting upon each other."
  • "So his pure general logic is at most what we would now call a monadic logic (see Boolos &"
  • "When in this essay the verbal topology of monadic substance offers"