неопределенного вида; трудноопределимый; неописуемый; ранее не описанный; невзрачный;
человек или предмет неопределенного вида
- SIR - After watching the England soccer team's drab display in Prague, I am tempted to say that if the FA send them out in a nondescript kit, their performance will mirror their appearance.
- It's not surprising that Koons began his career as a salesman, selling memberships for the Museum of Modern Art in New York in the late Seventies, following a stint of art school in Baltimore and a relatively nondescript youth in a small Pennsylvania town, where he listened to Led Zeppelin and "chased after women".
- Mayor Houde made his business headquarters at the Mount Royal, and when I enquired the reason for a long queue of nondescript citizens waiting before a desk on the mezzanine floor, I was told that it was "pay-off" day for contributors to the mayor's "charity fund" for their "protection".
- They are thought to make each zebra feel it belongs more strongly to its group than it would do if its colours were nondescript or dull.
- Much too vivid; my dreams are always so nondescript I always forget them, you know that."
- Whether enough other Labour hopefuls win through in the ring of nondescript suburban and outer-London seats may ultimately depend on whether voters are more impressed by Labour's dismal record in the city, or by its attractive and well-packaged promises.
- Caddis flies are rather nondescript, drab brown insects, which most of us fail to notice as they fly rather clumsily over rivers.
- It is the sole building of good quality in this predominantly commercial and rather nondescript part of the town.
- The farmhouse was rather nondescript.
- The sitting room sofas were a nondescript grey, dotted with cigarette burns and stained with a grimy black line at head level.
- And caddis larvae are anything but nondescript.
- "Those nondescript spots and blotches of fur and feathers are the wildlife we tend to see most often," he writes.
- In truth, he was very much smitten by Sarah at the time and he would scarcely have noticed the rather nondescript little sister who fell passionately in love that day.