Definitions

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  • adv. Without a face or identity.

Etymologies

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faceless +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Two absorbing days on Fraser once again, didn’t get to see a single lean and hungry dingo prowling with intent upon the beach or hear the spirits calling facelessly in dead of night.

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  • The most that can be said about Jack O'Brien's staging, alas, is that it's efficient, while Jerry Mitchell's choreography is as facelessly derivative as the songs.

    Don't Let its Name Be a Curse

  • We have culture, some family traditions, but the rest of our ancestors hover facelessly, collective, in the past.

    How to Honor Ancestors

  • Is there a penumbra of privacy around the lives we live publically, but somewhat facelessly?

    Privacy and the "Ripples" We Leave

  • Ted knew that the telephone was the perfect way to anonymously and facelessly set up a safe rendezvous.

    The Riverman

  • Rather than watching someone individually prepare our meal, we were instead presented with this buoyant buffet from which we dejectedly chose our facelessly prepared sashimi.

    I’m Working on That

  • It was interesting to her because it was happening now, as she sat here, and because it happened twenty-four hours a day, facelessly, cars entering and leaving Kotka, or just the empty road in the dead times.

    THE BODY ARTIST

  • It assumes that theatregoers are familiar with the story of 'Phantom' and the love triangle between diva Christine Daaé, her handsome husband Raoul and the mysterious, masked Phantom (here played efficiently but, well, just a little facelessly by Ramin Karimloo).

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  • The elder Kling's experience personalized many problems that the health-services literature has addressed ad nauseam, but often facelessly: fragmented care, poor quality, and possibly even medical errors.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • His opponents are large and facelessly repetitive, each doomed to failure at the hands of our hero.

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