Definition - That which consists of a single word (e.g. a one-word sentence). As opposed to polyepic, that which is composed of more than one word.

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Etymology -
The term derives from the Greek monos, one + epos, word.

Oxford English Dictionary -
Its first citation is from 1843:
"This proposition will consist of one word only, or of divers words … will be either monoepic or polyepic."
(Bentham Lang. Wks. 1843 VIII. 333/1)

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