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Synonyms for characterless

lacking distinct or individual characteristics


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To the extent that they could reduce you to a characterless stupor, psychiatrists thought they were on the right track.
Scaltsas believes quite surprisingly that Aristotle's arguments do not oblige him to resort to a characterless substratum in substance, but this does not quite seem to render the ontological situation.
Arsenal, though, are completely rudderless and characterless.
We have ended up with a bare, characterless square with uninterrupted views of Primark and an empty Cathedral Lanes.
Peggy Jones, bursar, said the characterless grounds often caused fights and bullying as classmates compete for an area to play and gather.
Today we have only the Central Library and The Town Hall remaining in an otherwise characterless mish-mash of a square.
BLUE BELL INN Glangrwyney, Crickhowell, Powys NP8 1EH 01873 810247 Atmosphere: It was quiet when we were there on a Saturday lunchtime, having just opened following a refurbishment and it felt a bit characterless.
atleast from Biman town, ECHO, citizens characterless ones to homes the are being Of 'bread'.
So many modern developments are bland and characterless, but the conversion of Grangetown Library effectively illustrates that period buildings with character lend themselves perfectly to the creation of stylish living space.
The opposition leader said he would also quote a female PML-Q parliamentarian who had called Musharraf a characterless man.
ISLAMABAD, October 06, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Declaring former President Pervez Musharraf as a Characterless Man, Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Wednesday urged the government to apply Article 6 and bring him back through Interpol.
NAUTICAL ESSENTIAL: Stripe Breton top RETRO TIDE If rickety sail boats are more your bag than characterless cruise liners, give your nautical look a vintage makeover.
I WRITE in response to Carolyn Davison's letter (Viewpoints, February 24) about Cardiff's city centre becoming so characterless.