Related to Indistinguished: viciously, insinuatingly


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(5) Robert Neville, the protagonist of I Am Legend (1954), is described by Matheson as "...a tall man, thirty-six, born of English-German stock, his features indistinguished except for the long, determined mouth and the bright blue of his eyes" (6) and having "lank blond hair." (7) Conversely, the vampires are frequently described with reference to their "blackness:" "He sank down on the couch and sat there, shaking his head slowly.
The Ravens had the better of an indistinguished first half and led through a hat-trick of penalties by James Dixon to two for Bedwas by Richard Powell.
Despite his hat-trick in the friendly win over Wales, Tomkins was axed from last Friday's indistinguished 34-12 victory over France.
Abate, "Introduction: 'indistinguished space,'" in Privacy, Domesticity, and Women in Early Modern England, ed.
After an indistinguished opening to his Goodison career, Beattie is already off the mark for the new campaign after netting in Tuesday's Champions League qualifying defeat at home to Villarreal.
Warwickshire's Dougie Brown had an indistinguished day, scoring only nine and taking one for 44 in eight overs.
Abate, "Introduction: 'indistinguished Space'"; Lisa Hopkins, "With the Skin Side Inside: The Interiors of The Duchess of Malfi"; Corinne S.
Their bloated statistics seemed unreliable, and the competition they faced was unknown at best, indistinguished at worst.
Equally, space was untextured, unfelt, colorless, and potentially monstrous ("O indistinguished space of womens' will").
Lara might have returned to form in Manchester with a ton but his summer had been largely indistinguished up to then.
Troussier had an indistinguished playing career and hadto leave his native France to gain recognition as a coach.
Spurrier, a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback who had an indistinguished tenyear professional playing career, signed a five-year, $25m deal.