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  • s  lacking distinct or individual characteristics; dull and uninteresting

  • In the ensuing decades, much of that glamor faded, and the Yangtze ended up as a characterless, if perfectly respectable, midrange hotel, its interiors retaining a hint of history .
  • Even Xinhua, the state media agency, voiced its opinion in an editorial last year, writing that China's traditional education system created "learners as lifeless and characterless .
  • This is, we think, a provisional environment, blank, characterless, impersonal.

  • Renuka Chowdhury in Hindu
    Chowdhary said the police also "said 'the father was as characterless as the daughter was' while addressing the media. To speak like this and create a motive is very unfortunate. And to speak about someone who is dead is unacceptable".
  • Brad Bird in
    This man is totally characterless and a big liar. I don't want to get down to his level but the fact is no one was willing to even share a room with him on tours. Everyone knows the way he treated his poor late wife Rani and tried to grab her... Imran Khan Times of India Apr 5, 2007 16717 23254 characterless The computer doesn't like organic things," said Bird. "It likes geometric things. It would love to make a movie about shiny cubes floating in a characterless world."

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