Georges' wife, who works for a successful editor, is concerned: not least for their monosyllabic son, Pierrot, a young swimming champ.
Well, that's great, I told myself, I managed to squeeze about seven monosyllabic words into that lovely conversation.
He is permanently monosyllabic unless the subject happens to be narrow-gauge North American railways, and he never uses a word where a silent, dismissive glare would do.
The opening couplet divides ten monosyllabic words evenly between two lines.
Surly, monosyllabic drivers aside, it's a minor miracle if the bus actually rolls up at all!
We listed a few words that we claimed were just exceptions to the claim that monosyllabic adjectives inflect, and we included wrong on that list.
I am a monosyllabic girl every time I'm near him.
He answered her questions with monosyllabic responses.
In Mexico City, where kidnapping occurs more frequently than in Iraq, security for the rich is essential and so the monosyllabic Creasy is hired as a bodyguard for eight-year-old Pita (Fanning).
Our monosyllabic waiter briefly sprung into life when it came to choosing from the wine list.