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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NONDESCRIPT

The nondescript knew two Miss Dorrits; one who was born inside—That was the one!

He was dressed in the nondescript costume he had worn at their first meeting.

All the rooms were empty except for some nondescript lumber in one or two.

The pilot and one of the nondescript men were the first over.

The waistcoat is nondescript, but the boots are irreproachable.

He stared: again he had to go, muttering: 'That nondescript's footman!'

Their clothing was nondescript and they would have passed unnoticed in a crowd.

We question whether this species is nondescript or as above.

You are now a nondescript, and a nondescript is objectionable.

How nondescript her hair has grown as the result of being blonde!

WORD ORIGIN

1680s, "not hitherto described," in scientific usage, coined from non- + Latin descriptus, past participle of describere (see describe). General sense of "not easily described or classified" is from 1806.

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