Shakedowns of this kind have a long and undistinguished history.
No doubt Chatwin's elevated sense of otherworldliness originated partly in embarrassment over his undistinguished background.
But it does signal that the status quo is up for grabs and that undistinguished pols like Cantor should be shaking in their boots.
When she graduated from Mount Holyoke College, leaving behind an undistinguished record, she was floundering.
The distinction of a body of work in which such specimens are undistinguished hardly requires comment.
I knew no reason why I should resignedly submit to so undistinguished a fate.
But for every believer the path of service opens, however commonplace and undistinguished its scenery may be.
They are the untitled and undistinguished mass of the English people.
But she donned these undistinguished garments an hour later.
He was undistinguished by his garb—his mode of life, from the rest of the citizens.