pure (part of speech: adjective)
basic, innocent, blameless, angelic, primal, pure, aboriginal, honorable, faultless, primary, undiluted, purebred, basal, guiltless, elemental, unadulterated, spotless, uncluttered, indivisible, unsullied, undefiled, unblemished, elementary, sinless, fundamental, simon-pure, stainless, irreducible, prime, nascent, essential, austere, clear, stark, unadorned, white, unalloyed, virtuous, chaste, bare, decent, clean, atomic, untarnished, untainted, plain, immaculate, formative, foundational, simple
solid (part of speech: adjective)
uniform (part of speech: adjective)
level, unvarying, steady, regular, undifferentiated, even, alike, same, homogeneous, assonant, seamless, consonant, indistinguishable, consistent, undeviating, undiversified, uniform, equable, unbroken, like, invariable
united (part of speech: adjective)
continuous (part of speech: adjective)
indefatigable, connected, monotonous, everlasting, featureless, unchangeable, robot-like, recurrent, unchanging, ceaseless, unremitting, constant, endless, unceasing, continuing, undying, continuous, nonstop, straight, consecutive, perennial, continual, repetitive, flat, unending, incessant, interminable, gapless, un-intermittent, habitual, repeated, cyclical, perpetual, sequential, persistent, lasting
- They have even abandoned their monolithic church and erected in its place an unsightly modern building. - "Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe", Sabine Baring-Gould.
- Do not be deceived by the strong face, the look of monolithic power that the communist dictators wear before the outside world. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.
- Nor is there any mention in Saxon plant lore of the use of sorbus aucuparia, which the Druids planted near their monolithic circles as protection against unseen powers of darkness. - "The Old English Herbals", Eleanour Sinclair Rohde.