nondescript


non·de·script

adjective \ˌnän-di-ˈskript\

: not easily described : having no special or interesting qualities, parts, etc. : typical and uninteresting

Full Definition of NONDESCRIPT

1
:  belonging or appearing to belong to no particular class or kind :  not easily described
2
:  lacking distinctive or interesting qualities :  dull, drab
nondescript noun

Examples of NONDESCRIPT

  1. I work in one of the nondescript office buildings downtown.
  2. Their performance was disappointingly nondescript.

Origin of NONDESCRIPT

non- + Latin descriptus, past participle of describere to describe
First Known Use: 1789

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