Consisting of one color or hue (or race). Used by liberal elites like the NY Times to deride communities that are racially homogeneous, whether or not that was by design, coincidence, organic growth, or ethnic clensing. This is a tacit accusation of racism towards those residents. It also puts a halo on New Yorkers who ride on mixed race subways while residing in racial, economic, religious, ethnically pure enclaves fiercely guarded by co-op boards.
The housing developments of Alpharetta, Georgia are largely monocromatic.
Same as "witch" except painfully politically correct. First spotted on a Kmart Halloween display in 2004 in Macon, Georgia, USA. Kmart doesn't want to offend the witch demographic shopping at their stores, who might be offended by children impersonating authentic (and dillussional) witches, warlocks, and wiccans. Either that or Kmart does not want to be percieved by hypersensitive reactionaries as peddlers of the occult. Users of this word should be ridiculed almost as much as those who proport that witchcraft is real.
Litle darling, are you a spell caster for Halloween? You're so cute!