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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmonolithicmon‧o‧lith‧ic /ˌmɒnəˈlɪθɪk◂ $ ˌmɑː-/ adjective  1 BIGa monolithic building is very large, solid, and impressive2 PGCONTROLa monolithic organization, political system etc is very large and powerful and difficult to change a monolithic movie company
Examples from the Corpus
monolithicSecondly, none of these ethnic categories are monolithic.monolithic corporationsThe equally monolithic image of the male saint, Demetrios on his charger, is not really for us either.Secondly, there is the problem of the Northern catholic community, which tends to be taken as a monolithic nationalist community.monolithic office buildingsThe primacy of monuments and monolithic sculpture in the new Communist epoch was acknowledged and debated.The West now viewed his government as a satellite in a monolithic Soviet empire.These divisions are helpful because the not self is rarely confronted in monolithic terms.Constituting 23 percent of the voting electorate, this community tended to deliver a monolithic yea or nay.