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.
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).
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.