patternless

patternless

(ˈpætənlɪs)
adj
having no pattern
References in classic literature ?
Its movables were ugly old chairs with worn-out seats, and ugly old chairs without any seats; a threadbare patternless carpet, a maimed table, a crippled wardrobe, a lean set of fire-irons like the skeleton of a set deceased, a washing-stand that looked as if it had stood for ages in a hail of dirty soapsuds, and a bedstead with four bare atomies of posts, each terminating in a spike, as if for the dismal accommodation of lodgers who might prefer to impale themselves.
Vholes?" says Richard, sitting down again with an impatient laugh and beating the devil's tattoo with his boot on the patternless carpet.
Grossly, the tumor usually presents a sharply circumscribed mass with smooth, bosselated, or lobulated external surface.[7] Microscopically, classical morphological appearance including 'patternless pattern' caused by variable spindled cells arrayed in the stroma.
It is true that many scholars consider the religious freedom jurisprudence in the United States "muddled" and "incoherent" and any solutions "patternless." (39) Indeed, the doctrine shifts as the composition of the Court changes, and sometimes those shifts produce seemingly inconsistent results when looking to past precedent.
Malignant solitary fibrous tumor is usually patternless, lacks cartilaginous component, and is positive for CD34.
It made little difference to another disjointed, patternless United performance that brought some boos tumbling from the stands.
At first, the patternless layout of these narrow streets is disorienting, but, as you adjust to the sensory overload, you find you don't mind; in fact, you surrender to it willingly.
73 - ODD GENE AND THE RELATIONSHIP OF PATTERNLESS SNOW AND BLIZZARD MORPHS IN THE CORN SNAKE PANTHEROPHIS GUTTATUS.
The most common patterns are storiform, epithelioid, fibrosarcomatous, or patternless pattern.
The immunodecorated cells in the E-MpMs and Pro-E-MpMs had a fibrovascular pattern, whereas those in the HG-E-MpM and S-MpMs had a diffuse pattern: i.e., they were closely intermingled with tumoural cells in a patternless arrangement (Figure 5(a)).
but further that the law is inherently or necessarily patternless" (p.
The remaining tumor cells had a basaloid appearance, with scanty eosinophilic cytoplasm, and were arranged in closely packed, patternless nests and whorls [Figure 1]e.