one-note


one–note

adjective \ˈwən-ˈnōt\

: boring because it does not change

Full Definition of ONE-NOTE

:  unvarying in tone or emphasis :  monotonous <a one–note campaigner>

First Known Use of ONE-NOTE

1969

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