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Sentence count:30+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: insignificantSimilar words: distinguisheddistinguishextinguishlinguisticlinguisticslinguistlanguishingindistinctMeaning: adj. not worthy of notice. 
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1, Sometimes formal English and informal English are undistinguished.
2, Instead, he wrote a barely adequate, undistinguished letter.
3, Even the most undistinguished daily papers are now written at an estimated tenth grade level.
4, It is a distinguished feature in an undistinguished landscape; a building or place of outstanding historic, aesthetic or cultural importance.
5, Most would have appeared undistinguished and unsophisticated, especially those ribbon developments with a restricted range of internal structures.
6, That it proves an undistinguished production can be polished in the right hands is illuminating.
7, The faculty was undistinguished, teaching methods uninspired, and the attrition rate, of course, appalling.
8, An undistinguished Senator from Ohio, he had been nominated as a compromise candidate at the Republican convention.
9, The exterior is plain and undistinguished but with a tall, elegant tower.
10, Had an undistinguished career as a university lecturer in mathematics.
11, Such evidence abounds, even in organizations with relatively undistinguished track records.
12, That man is of undistinguished appearance.
13, They seemed part of herd , undistinguished.
14, In Harvard he was undistinguished but read widely.
15, The careers of both men had been undistinguished between the Mexican War and the American Civil War.
16, My parents were both born in Virginia, of undistinguished families? second families, perhaps I should say.
17, This undistinguished youth was to explode into a prominence no one had anticipated.
18, He retired from the army with undistinguished record of service.
19, On her return from Englandafter her eight-year absence she bought three dogs of undistinguished breed.
20, The origin of a new group often involved the development of new characters by an undistinguished member of an earlier class.
21, Immediately four faint, narrow lines appeared, bracketing a tiny and undistinguished star.
22, Named one of Parliament's deputy lieutenants in March 1642, his subsequent military record was undistinguished.
23, The nearby village of Trans is a charming if undistinguished little place, ignored by passing traffic.
24, The king of Wu has been slain by an undistinguished young queen!
25, Some local businesses run stands, but much of what's offered is what's at street fairs across the city — watery sangria, greasy mozzarepas,[] undistinguished sausage and peppers.
26, In 1902 , as he lay dying at the age of 48, Cecil Rhodes could look back on a not undistinguished career.
27, The only exception was an apse on the axis of the portico, demolished in the 1890s to be replaced by industrial sheds undistinguished in function and form.
28, I retrieved a small piece from the ruins as a memento – an undistinguished chunk of cast concrete decoration.
29, The book is very interesting although it was written by an undistinguished author.
30, The paper put forward the develop trend of fashion in 21century: diversified culture mixed, casualness, season undistinguished, electronic, environmental protection, individually custom-tailor.
More similar words: distinguisheddistinguishextinguishlinguisticlinguisticslinguistlanguishingindistinctanguishlanguishdistinctdistinctivedistinctionexistingdisguiseoutlandishfiendishaltruisticfundingin the distanceassist insadisticconsist inaboundingphilistineastoundingstingysurroundingindicatingtesting
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