nondescriptive

nondescriptive

(ˌnɒndɪˈskrɪptɪv)
adj
lacking description or not descriptive
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It has brought a lot of joy with beautiful paintings that brighten up a very nondescriptive office.
Smith and Wesson); (2) combining a nondescriptive, distinctive word with a surname; (3) avoiding the use of apostrophes, which the Board recently has used to affirm surname refusals; (4) using your first name or initials with your last name;[5] and/or (5) including a design component.
Participants rated how well items describe them on a 7-point scale (-3 = very uncharacteristic of me, extremely nondescriptive, to + 3 = very characteristic of me, extremely descriptive).
6) But, however simple, banal, or nondescriptive they might be, machine-authored works like the article prepared by Quakebot are becoming indistinguishable from their human-authored counterparts.
Party chief Klement Gottwald intervened with the laconic but nondescriptive bohdc, or "rich man," which was unanimously adopted.
Here, the urban grid is no longer made up of neatly composed compartments; they burst out of their own forms, and curves are abstracted and freed to dance along a nondescriptive route, liberated from function in the abstract landscape offered by the paper--a space within which form is reimagined.
But in his stunning reversal of constitutional doctrine, Blackmun at no point mentioned the police power, but instead referred repeatedly to the nondescriptive phrase "compelling state interest," which does not link government power to the typical functions of the police in dealing with health and safety.
2015) ("The combination of two or more admittedly descriptive elements as a composite mark may result in a composite which is nondescriptive.
5) The independent variables in the regression tree model in Figure 4 were nondescriptive given the confidentiality requests from the company supplying the data.
That is, the literature implicitly argues that patentee-drafted claims are just self-serving statements: predictably overbroad, nondescriptive of real invention, and with no other redeeming virtue.
A combination history and wartime memoir, this book tells the story of US psychological warfare operations in Korea and, more specifically, that of the Air Resupply and Communications Service, the rather nondescriptive name of the organizations charged with this mission.
The breed-wise prevalence of mastitis was studied by using different breeds like Holstein friesian, Jersey, Deoni, and nondescriptive (ND) breeds.