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[ UK /nˌɒndɪskɹˈɪpt/ ]
[ US /ˈnɑndɪsˈkɹɪpt/ ]
  1. a person is not easily classified and not very interesting
  1. lacking distinct or individual characteristics; dull and uninteresting
    a nondescript novel
    women dressed in nondescript clothes
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How To Use nondescript In A Sentence

  • Otherwise, I would not have noticed as it now blends in nondescriptly, with the rest of the businesses.
  • In "Sunset Park," Auster is more interested in the neighborhood's vast semi-industrial stretches peppered with nondescript houses, all the better to endow the proceedings with an enforced sense of dreariness. Paul Auster Paints a Dreary Picture In 'Sunset Park'
  • The cashier, a middle-aged woman with nondescript features, cleared her throat and pointed to the right.
  • The patron is a nondescript in late middle age who shakes his head.
  • This expression gave temporary meaning to a set of features otherwise nondescript.
  • At first quick glance, the image appears to present a pretty nondescript, rusty-colored flatland dotted with rocks.
  • As you enter a nondescript building at Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, Washington, you are met with enough cutting edge technology to make any gadgeteer gleeful. Rita Braver: Future Shock?
  • They posed in hallways, foyers, in front of doors, in generally nondescript spaces.
  • Cold and nondescript from the street, it sits about 2 miles from campus, adjacent to a Bed Bath & Beyond and engulfed on three sides by the tall, barbed-wire fence of a local auto body shop. Catlin has made a career out of busting juicers
  • Arriving to an enthusiastic welcome in the nondescript village, he shed his characteristic reserve.
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