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featureless

[fee-cher-lis] /ˈfi tʃər lɪs/
adjective
1.
without distinctive features; uninteresting, plain, or drab:
a featureless landscape.
Origin
1590-1600
1590-1600; feature + -less
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Examples for featureless
  • When first elevated from the sea, the land doubtless presents on the whole a comparatively featureless surface.
  • Pretty odd contraption on what seemed to me could basically be a featureless stick with a hole in the end.
  • Television programmes, in particular, do not compete for audiences on a completely featureless playing field.
  • Much of this area is a largely featureless plain which breaks up into a series of ridges as you move inland.
  • Flat, nearly featureless keypad is impossible to use without looking down.
  • Thus, people in a fairly featureless landscape do well, with the sky and greenery being cloned quite seamlessly.
  • Thus, a seamount might serve as a kind of magnetic landmark for marine organisms in what appears to be a featureless deep ocean.
  • Its center is as flat and featureless as the head of a drum.
  • Landing in flat light on a featureless glacier is one of the toughest tricks in bush flying.
  • Pan all you want but the sky will still be a featureless blue.
British Dictionary definitions for featureless

featureless

/ˈfiːtʃəlɪs/
adjective
1.
without distinctive points or qualities; undistinguished
Derived Forms
featurelessness, noun
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