placeless

adjective
place·less | \ˈplās-ləs \

Definition of placeless 

1 : lacking a fixed location

2 : indistinguishable from other such places in appearance or character a placeless parking complex— T. J. Jablonsky

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Other Words from placeless

placelessly adverb
placelessness noun

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Although his career-long north star has been pleasantly placeless pop, Timberlake is a Memphis native. Daniel D'addario, Time, "Justin Timberlake’s Comeback Hasn’t Quite Worked. The Super Bowl Could Change That," 2 Feb. 2018

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First Known Use of placeless

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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