nondescriptly


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nondescriptly

(ˈnɒndɪˌskrɪptlɪ)
adv
in a nondescript manner
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BIG DATA and the predictive analytics models built around it were impacting our lives long before we were even aware of it, operating nondescriptly in the background.
We climb the stairs to a table on the second floor and run into T.I., who is dressed nondescriptly in a gray hoodie, and who throws open his arms to pull in Meek for a bear hug.
She wrote nondescriptly about examining applicants for the new seminary; the course of study that she and Sarah would be teaching that included history, grammar, arithmetic, reading, writing, botany and singing; and the number of friends that she had made.
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