"monistic" meaning in All languages combined

See monistic on Wiktionary

Adjective [English]

IPA: /mɒˈnɪstɪk/ [UK], /məˈnɪstɪk/ [UK]
Etymology: monist + -ic. Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|monist|ic}} monist + -ic Head templates: {{en-adj}} monistic (comparative more monistic, superlative most monistic) Forms: more monistic [comparative], most monistic [superlative]
  1. Of or pertaining to monism; characterized by one single principle, being or force.
    Sense id: monistic-en-adj-SNimVbIe Derived forms: monistic polytheism

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