The condition of being completely colorblind.(noun)
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Use "monochromatism" in a sentence
"Since it's dark and cold outside for most of the year, the smorgasbord itself must be an attempt to offset tedium, angst, and monochromatism."
"Obama's election offers a unique opportunity to highlight French politics's striking monochromatism."
""This partiality, monochromatism and bias could have been found in the Slovak press before 1989," he stated."