from The Century Dictionary.
- Undiscriminating; making no distinctions; impartial.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Making no distinctions; not discriminating; impartial.
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- adjective Not
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Alas, singer-guitarist Paul Banks's undistinctive vocals and standoffish stage presence didn't add much heat to the band's slow-burning style.
As undistinctive Death will come here, one day, sleep comes now.
When voices are that undistinctive, seems to me a studio could save a heck of a lot of money by just hiring relative unknowns.
He was the shorter of the two, and his clean shaven face and his undistinctive tweed clothing would have left him quite unremarkable but for his air of definite decision and purpose.
Not so much as a hand-bag was packed, for fear of exciting attention in the house; the undistinctive blue serge and sailor hat – supplemented subsequently by a thick veil – were selected as a travelling dress.
Reassured by Jack's last suggestion, her father followed him with the driver and the second man of the party, a youngish and somewhat undistinctive individual, but to whose gallant anxieties Miss Amy responded effusively.
While I am at it, I might as well say that I can see no valid reason whatsoever for changing the design of the front cover: after twenty years spent in establishing the fine design of the original edition, it has been abandoned in favor of a pleasant, if undistinctive design.
Alas, like the BRMC’s recent move towards undistinctive acoustic blues, this new album represents an unfortunate shift from the nuanced inventiveness of Cast of Thousands into the unfortunate territory of Travis/Coldplay clones.