unspecific

[ UK /ʌnspəsˈɪfɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not detailed or specific
    a broad rule
    felt an unspecific dread
    the broad outlines of the plan
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How To Use unspecific In A Sentence

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  • Treasury, for example, gives the names of various people described as ‘managers’ - as unspecific and meaningless a title as can be imagined.
  • Italy, will send more troops but also will have to review both the political reality, but beyond that will remain unspecific for the present time. Matthew Yglesias » The Think Tank Arm of the Military-Industrial Complex
  • The school ‘death threats’, some left for individual pupils named in the letters, and others aimed at unspecific pupils, ended before the culprit could be caught.
  • But these methods are either too elaborate to be used routinely or are too unspecific, or easy to be influenced by autolysis and putrefaction of tissue, so that to be limited in forensic practice.
  • The narrative structure of the book is intentionally unspecific and jumbled.
  • Its furry texture gives it an unspecific creepiness. The Times Literary Supplement
  • It was just a general, unspecific blanket condemnation of that sort of thing, you know, to keep up appearances.
  • Then annually, AMC conducts an annual fixed buy for specific requirements and an expansion buy for anticipated but unspecific requirements.
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