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- adj. Lacking good style or any style at all.
- adj. Lacking a style (stalk structure).
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- adj. lacking in style or elegance
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Now I feel like the number of slipper wearers are gaining strength... and that when my husband scowls at my 'styleless' choice of footwear, I can say "Well other people wear them too!"
I just have a hard time believing a plane could take a skyscraper down demolition styleless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyRashard MendenhallR_Mendenhall
While a photographer may have a style,photography itself is styleless.
The young woman wore Coke-bottle glasses, no makeup and had perfectly styleless hair-nothing like the Dixie beauty queens that Clinton usually dated.
I agree with Mark and Michiel a bit, perhaps a break or wrapping both floats in a p would work for styleless/semantic sake.
In fact it seems to be at the root of so much that is crass, wrong, jarring, dull, styleless, dumb and devoid of class: Trying Too Hard.
In their styleless rubber-soled brogans, bad haircuts, and generic domestic sedans, they looked as out of place as someone on food stamps.
"It was bland and styleless," remembered the broker.
The nicest thing I had heard said about them was that they were styleless imitators of the Deveels.
Her black alpaca dress was as styleless and as shiny as a stovepipe.
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