Monolithic definitions

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The definition of monolithic is something that is literally or figuratively very large or massive, or something made of a single large block of stone.

A huge corporation with 10,000 employees and locations throughout the U.S. and the world is an example of a corporation that would be described as monolithic.

A sculpture made out of a single large block of marble is an example of something that would be described as monolithic.

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Constituting a monolith.

A monolithic sculpture.

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Massive, solid, and uniform.

The monolithic proportions of Stalinist architecture.

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Constituting or acting as a single, often rigid, uniform whole.

A monolithic worldwide movement.

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Single object. Self-contained. One unit.
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Of or resembling a monolith.
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Having a massive, unchanging structure that does not permit individual variation.
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(computing, said of an operating system's kernel) Consisting of a single program using a single memory-addressing space.
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