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  • adj. Not featured.
  • adj. Lacking regular features; deformed.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Wanting regular features; deformed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Wanting regular features; deformed.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

un- +‎ featured


  • A long-term record would be kept on how these featured papers positive or negative! fared compared to 'unfeatured' papers.

    On the PLoS business model

  • It was not surprising, of course, that he should feel an interest in her; other men had been interested in her too, only they had not been men that lived in romantic wildernesses, -- observe that she did not make use of the term "unfeatured," which she had manufactured soon after realizing that she was lost -- nor had they carried big revolvers, like this man, who seemed also to know very well how to use them.

    The Trail to Yesterday

  • More: how to see in the unfeatured and often dreary circumstances and details of your place of living the requisite materials for literature.

    Helen Hunt Jackson

  • One thing that always confused me was how the "head" looks so different in the two pictures, unfeatured in the angled pic (on the site), and looking more biological in the lengthwise pic.


  • Twilight was falling and we were still in an unfeatured waste, crossing the shallow glen of a stream.


  • But in this matter of the whale, be the front of thy face to me as the palm of this hand — a lipless, unfeatured blank.

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • The characters—always flat and unfeatured, to begin with—come next.

    on writing by stephen king

  • Lar turned his gaze earnestly and slowly across the unfeatured plain, as if the combat raged mere paces away.

    Conan The Warlord

  • So she threw herself into a black drowse of misery unfeatured by specific ideas, until she began to think smilingly of the way his eyebrows grew; they were very thick and dark and perfectly level save for a piratical twist in the middle.

    The Judge

  • For this unfeatured roll of hills offered no guide, no landmark that stood out from the surrounding country.

    The Highgrader


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