Definition of nameless
Examples of nameless in a Sentence
She left the hotel with a nameless man in a black jacket.
The source for my story prefers to remain nameless.
A top government official, who shall remain nameless, has expressed concern about the decision.
The men were buried there in nameless graves.
Recent Examples of nameless from the Web
The South Shore/Jackson Park golf course project remains nameless, but its appearance is no longer a mystery.
Blaming it on nameless, faceless bureaucrats (and saying), ‘
The nameless narrator of Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World cooly scrutinizes a bizarre world inside his own mind.
A mentally ill man thrust into the role of unwitting hero, left nameless and even further broken for his efforts.
Part of the reason people are venting their anger on the government, analysts said, is that the perpetrators are faceless and nameless.
Players take on the role of a nameless pilot who is heading to a space station when a wormhole opens and sucks everyone inside.
This flyer is a fraud, and an effort by some nameless entity to divide us and get people to sell their own neighbors, like Judas Iscariot, for a few pieces of silver.
Most of them barely got any screen time — save for a handful of seconds when they were dressed head-to-toe as nameless stormtroopers or obscured in elaborate alien makeup.
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First Known Use of nameless
NAMELESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nameless for English Language Learners
: having a name that is not known or told
: not having a name
: not marked with a name
NAMELESS Defined for Kids
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