adjective, sometimes capitalized iden·ti·kit \"\

Definition of identikit

chiefly British

  1. :  produced by or as if by the routine assembly of stock materials :  lacking variety or individuality :  prefabricated, stereotyped the type of bland, middlebrow, identikit novel — Quentin Oates

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Origin and Etymology of identikit

from Identi-Kit, a trademark

First Known Use: 1962

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to criticize severely

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