Examples of monosyllabic in a Sentence
The movie star was monosyllabic with newspaper reporters.
the sullen teenager would give only a monosyllabic response to even the friendliest question
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Facebook commenters were mostly against the sheriff, but also typically monosyllabic.
What seems to work with a sullen, monosyllabic pre-teen?
In a book that began its lessons with the spellings of monosyllabic words such as cat and bat, Moore introduced reading lessons like this one to support her philosophy that freedom was worse than slavery: 1.
Luckily for him, and for us, the boy is befriended by a monosyllabic goatherd with hardscrabble but successful strategies to survive in this dystopian world of rancid wells and withered lone fig trees.
On the other side of the tent, though, Bernhard Hauser, 40, of Burghausen, was hunched over, eyes peeking out from a stack of blankets, offering monosyllabic utterances through clattering teeth as three paramedics kept close watch.
Now Arnold wanders the house in a jolly monosyllabic stupor, barely able to negotiate a doorknob.
In 2014, Marvel turned Guardians of the Galaxy, an obscure comic featuring aliens, a talking raccoon and a monosyllabic tree, into a massive hit.
In addition to the new ride, Marvel superheroes such as Spider-Man, Captain America, and the monosyllabic Groot will be greeting guests at Disney California Adventure.
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MONOSYLLABIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of monosyllabic for English Language Learners
: having only one syllable : made up of words that have only one syllable
: saying very little or responding with one-syllable words
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