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In the spring of 1984, Craig Virgin—already a two-time World Cross Country champion and one of the most decorated runners in American history—was running a 10,000-meter race in Eugene, Oregon, against a relatively undistinguished field.
Undistinguished from any typical strap-hanger except perhaps by the light-hued eyes.
A couple of silent Martians prepared undistinguished meals and did housework in the quarters.
SECURITYPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
His youthful years were, however, entirely undistinguished, and at the age of thirty-one he had not a fixed abode of his own.
It was close kin to the room in which he had left Miss Grierson: ornate, undistinguished, and very expensive.
The world remained unwilling to learn his name—a somewhat undistinguished name, and easily forgotten.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
What have I to offer but the hand of a very simple, undistinguished country gentleman—quite, quite unworthy of her?
There is another objection to the passage in the rather inflated character of its compliment to an undistinguished man.
He also held the office of chancellor for ten years, but was undistinguished in either office.
Havelok, growing up undistinguished from his foster-brethren, takes service as a scullion with the English usurper.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY

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obnubilateverb (used with object) | [ob-noo-buh-leyt, -nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION