faceless

[feys-lis]
adjective
1.
without a face: a faceless apparition.
2.
lacking personal distinction or identity: a faceless mob.
3.
unidentified or unidentifiable; concealing one's identity: a faceless kidnapper.

Origin:
1560–70; face + -less

facelessness, noun
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faceless (ˈfeɪslɪs)
 
adj
1.  without a face
2.  without identity; anonymous
 
'facelessness
 
n

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Example sentences
Which is also ironic, since in fact those brand names are not humans, but
  faceless corporate machines.
We were trying to simplify as much as possible, to create something basic, but
  not a faceless design.
They were still more of a riot than a movement-a faceless, leaderless mob
  growing daily as new adherents flocked in.
It's depressing to live in a world in which huge, faceless corporations can do
  something right.
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