[ US /ˈneɪmɫəs/ ]
[ UK /nˈe‍ɪmləs/ ]
  1. being or having an unknown or unnamed source
    an unnamed donor
    a poem by an unknown author
    corporations responsible to nameless owners
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How To Use nameless In A Sentence

  • For one thing, we will have to ignore a good deal of commentary presented by nameless characters, by representative characters, and by lay figures who appear for one important speech and are never seen again.
  • They can have their cases rejected, without reasons being given, by nameless officials.
  • While the transition from nameless minor leaguer to major league leader seemed to happen overnight, he knows it is at least partially a product of his many years of toil.
  • They can have their cases rejected, without reasons being given, by nameless officials.
  • I give more credit to the nameless women who settled the frontier and thus earned the right to vote in western states.
  • As for the dolls that didn't come with names, well, some remain nameless to this day.
  • I am oppressed by a nameless and mysterious suffering, .. my brain is darkened, -- my thoughts but half-formed and never wholly uttered, and I, -- I who once deemed human intelligence and reason all-supreme, all-clear, all-absolute, am now compelled to use that reason reasonlessly, and to work with that intelligence in helpless ignorance as to what end my mental toil shall serve! Ardath
  • It was vague, intangible, appeling only to some strange, nameless sixth sense.
  • Their eyes never broke away from their gaze, each mirroring those nameless emotions coursing through them.
  • It's that nameless, multifunctional uniform that defies categorisation, just as your day does. Times, Sunday Times
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