unfeatured

unfeatured

(ʌnˈfiːtʃəd)
adj
1. not featured
2. lacking features
References in classic literature ?
Nioche wore a glossy wig, of an unnatural color which overhung his little meek, white, vacant face, and left it hardly more expressive than the unfeatured block upon which these articles are displayed in the barber's window.
But in this matter of the whale, be the front of thy face to me as the palm of this hand --a lipless, unfeatured blank.
They concluded that as the reaction duration continued, the crystal shape gradually varied from unfeatured conglomeration through star shape and then to cubic.
Here to cite only the most conspicuous instance, the line-breaks or step-ordering that override the unfeatured page space of normal printed language perform the overt function of continuity by versus and retroflex, manipulating syntax and sentence completion by complementary but also rivalrous formalisms.
In Yucatec, existential predication is in fact without competition in the preferred responses to the level VI scenes, whereas in Tzeltal, three scenes triggered predominantly dispositional stative responses but in response to one, [16 'ball under chair'], the consultants preferred to use the existential predicate construction--presumably because the ball as a relatively "unfeatured" object is hard to place in the extension of any dispositional root.
An excerpt (1693) from his translation of Juvenal's Sixth Satire: Mistaken blessing, which old age they call, 'Tis a long, nasty, darksome hospital, A ropey chain of rheums; a visage rough, Deformed, unfeatured, and a skin of buff ...
Bouder admits to loving "the acting side," which would be clear to anyone who saw her, last season, make a real character out of the small, unfeatured role of Graziella, Riff's saucy girlfriend in West Side Story.
(7.) Thus our price promotion variable contains featured as well as unfeatured price cuts.