fameless


Also found in: Wikipedia.

fameless

(ˈfeɪmləs)
adj
without fame, unknown
References in periodicals archive ?
While 29% of the those benefiting from Al Raffd Fund financial subsidy are fameless, 43% of those getting businesses from the financial subsidy projects are also fameles.
eOnes series consist of David Spade prank show Fameless (truTV) and Mary Mary (WE tv), and several Canadian concepts.
A fameless rotor/stator part set which allows the motor rotor to be directly coupled to the load.
But elsewhere there's no space (or need) to list the full horrors of the Fameless Five's trip to France in EastEnders.
The spotlight story of the latest HBO ``Real Sports'' is Frank Deford's look at why, two days after baseball's annual Hall of Fame ceremonies, Pete Rose and ``Shoeless'' Joe Jackson remain famous, yet Fameless.
The most recent release was of PAZ's debut mix tape, 'Young Broke and Fameless.