undistinctive


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undistinctive

(ˌʌndɪˈstɪŋktɪv)
adj
not distinctive; bland
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Others say that Labour's adhering to the centre ground rendered them undistinctive and looking like Tory Lite, but not a clear opposition party.
At first glance the Nitro looks like just another Micromax device with an undistinctive glass front with three capacitive buttons at the bottom of the screen.
He cites specifically "the lack of longhouse residence, a relatively restricted engagement in headhunting, a comparatively extensive interaction with coastal polities, and a seemingly undistinctive and Malay-like physical appearance and cultural profile" (2004:48).
The voices in the background are quite undistinctive, none of my friends has actually arrived, there is no particular conversation in a higher tone calling the attention.
Still, general appropriations budgets are rather undistinctive as political targets, and governors who make funding those budgets a priority may actually be limiting the potential funding pool for other gubernatorial priorities.
Score is undistinctive orchestral fare, and overused.
But by making itself one undistinctive element of an online package, the newspaper risks becoming the voice of an unreal city.
It proved on the whole undistinctive of its genre, except possibly in one extended photo-sequence depicting three zombielike women in some kind of dungeon or crypt, from the ceiling of which hung two girls, seemingly unconscious, in their wedding dresses.
The old city contains many Chinese shophouses and buildings and although their architecture is undistinctive, they give that part of Johor Bahru a certain character and old world flavour.