What is another word for featureless?

Pronunciation: [fˈiːt͡ʃələs] (IPA)

When it comes to describing something as featureless, there are several synonyms that you can use to avoid repetition. Instead of featureless, you could describe something as bland, unremarkable, plain, simple, or unadorned. You could also use words like nondescript, characterless, unexceptional, or unimpressive. For a more negative connotation, you could describe something as boring, monotonous, uninspiring, or dull. If you want to emphasize the lack of features or details, you could use synonyms like bare, blank, stark, or austere. Whatever the context may be, using synonyms can help you to diversify your language and convey your message more effectively.

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What are the hypernyms for Featureless?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for featureless?

The word featureless implies an absence of distinct or notable characteristics. Some antonyms for featureless include striking, unique, distinctive, and prominent. Striking is used to describe something that catches the eye or is conspicuous. Unique means that there is only one of its kind and is therefore distinct. Distinctive is used to describe something that is easily recognizable or has notable features. Prominent means to stand out or be easily noticed. These words can be used to describe a variety of subjects, such as art, architecture, fashion, or general appearance. By using these antonyms for featureless, you can describe something in greater detail and make it stand out.

What are the antonyms for Featureless?

Usage examples for Featureless

His wan, white face seems featureless; there is nothing but a pair of deep-set eyes.
"Hodge and His Masters"
Richard Jefferies
The waste was featureless, then and for a seemingly interminable time afterward.
"Long Ago, Far Away"
William Fitzgerald Jenkins AKA Murray Leinster
Thousands of acres on the once bald and featureless hill-lands of Lauderdale have been brought within the benign influence of plough and harrow, and are choice ornaments in a county famous for its agricultural triumphs all the world over.
"In the Border Country"
W. S. (William Shillinglaw) Crockett

Famous quotes with Featureless

  • The only kind of seafood I trust is the fish stick, a totally featureless fish that doesn't have eyeballs or fins.
    Dave Barry
  • As a rule, said Holmes, the more bizarre a thing is the less mysterious it proves to be. It is your commonplace, featureless crimes which are really puzzling, just as a commonplace face is the most difficult to identify.
    Arthur Conan Doyle
  • “I have tried to find some explanation that does not rely on logic, but once the borders of rationality have been removed I cannot imagine what should take their place. How does one begin to measure? What standards should one apply?” The prince understood what she meant. Once reason was no longer your guide, you were like a man stranded in a featureless landscape. There were no landmarks to use. One direction was as likely to yield results as any other.
    Sean Russell
  • We are becoming accustomed to a conception of the universe so mysterious and so impressive that even the best father-image will no longer do for an explanation of what makes it run. But the problem then is that it is impossible for us to conceive an image higher than the human image. Few of us have ever met an angel, and probably would not recognize it if we saw one, and our images of an impersonal or suprapersonal God are hopelessly subhuman—jello, featureless light, homogenized space, or a whopping jolt of electricity. However, our image of man is changing as it becomes clearer and clearer that the human being is notsimply and only his physical organism. My body is also my total environment, and this must be measured by light-years in the billions. Hitherto the poets and philosophers of science have used the vast expanse and duration of the universe as a pretext for reflections on the unimportance of man, forgetting that man with "that enchanted loom, the brain" is precisely what transforms this immense electrical pulsation into light and color, shape and sound, large and small, hard and heavy, long and short. In knowing the world we humanize it, and if, as we discover it, we are astonished at its dimensions and its complexity, we should be just as astonished that we have the brains to perceive it.
    Alan Watts
  • Nature is a wary wily long-breathed old Witch, tough-lived as a Turtle and divisible as the Polyp, repullulative in a thousand Snips and Cuttings, integra et in toto! She is sure to get the better of Lady MIND in the long run, and to take her revenge too — transforms our To Day into a Canvass dead-colored to receive the dull featureless Portait of Yesterday.
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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