characterless

[ kar-ik-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF characterless

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARACTERLESS

Were his crowns to be only the thornless, characterless ones that went with his profession?

At first sight he had struck her as undefined, characterless.

The sap is characterless and seems to be utterly rejected at the factory.

But the pity of it is that most of the new things are characterless and dreary.

It is a term of reproach, and means, as nearly as may be, "characterless."

Give me character, good or bad; characterless things are odious.

Precisely; it is to give character to his characterless address.

Why, out of all my ladies, do you come back to me characterless from your situations?

A mean, characterless entrance admits you to the far-famed palace.

It is as characterless as a number, and it lacks the number's one excuse for being.

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