Examples of faceless in a Sentence
a decision made by faceless bureaucrats
it was precisely because he was a faceless individual that the serial killer was able to go on for so long without detection
Recent Examples of faceless from the Web
But O'Bannon, a former UCLA basketball player, sued the monolithic and faceless NCAA, an organization seen by many as authoritarian, reactionary and, at times, stupid.
Trump's remarks followed his Sunday tweet depicting him body-slamming a faceless figure with the CNN logo superimposed over his head.
Or if anyone but a mostly faceless catcher from a small market team standing in the tracks of a poster boy from the defending world champs.
But the real stars of the segment were the faceless producers, editors and managers at NBC News who put the segment on Jones together.
Blaming it on nameless, faceless bureaucrats (and saying), ‘
As NASCAR becomes more and more faceless with the retirement and planned retirement of top drivers, relative to its past these constant rule changes now become at least an irritant for the fans.
Part of the reason people are venting their anger on the government, analysts said, is that the perpetrators are faceless and nameless.
Or the year after that, when photos taken from Prismatic Tour featured her flanked with faceless background dancers donning large earrings and humongous fake asses.
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First Known Use of faceless
FACELESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of faceless for English Language Learners
: not having any unusual and interesting qualities
: not identified
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