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How to use characterless in a sentence

But when they had gone and left her to the silence of her pretentious and characterless suite, Maggie did not rest.
CHILDREN OF THE WHIRLWINDLEROY SCOTT
As if the perfection of her dress and the characterless beauty of her face were more important than anything else in her life.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
She had the same tired droop in the shoulders, the same colorless dress, characterless with much washing.
OTHER MAIN-TRAVELLED ROADSHAMLIN GARLAND
Webster was a sodden, characterless youth, who bought his way into toleration which he mistook for popularity.
LADY LILITHSTEPHEN MCKENNA
Characterless, backboneless, negative kind of fellows with neither wisdom nor stature abound.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
This characterless irresponsibility of the average unmarried mother is known to every social worker.
WOMEN'S WILD OATSC. GASQUOINE HARTLEY
Give me character, good or bad; characterless things are odious.
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHYELIZABETH BUTLER
Precisely; it is to give character to his characterless address.
THE FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSICA. D. CRABTRE
She accused him of wanting to marry Aunt Margaret, and called her a characterless, faded blonde.
TURN ABOUT ELEANORETHEL M. KELLEY
There were large additions, tasteless and characterless, but giving the rooms that were needed.
THE LANDLORD AT LION'S HEAD, COMPLETEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS

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