styleless
adjective see style I

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  • styleless — index outdated, outmoded Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • styleless — adjective a) Lacking good style or any style at all. It is not enough to say that style is a characteristic mode of expression, for then it would be almost impossible to speak of anything as styleless. b) Lacking a style (stalk structure). He was …   Wiktionary

  • styleless — adjective lacking in style or elegance a styleless way of dressing expensive but styleless country tweeds wearing unstylish clothes • Syn: ↑unstylish • Ant: ↑stylish • Similar to …   Useful english dictionary

  • styleless — style ► NOUN 1) a manner of doing something. 2) a distinctive appearance, design, or arrangement. 3) a way of painting, writing, etc., characteristic of a particular period, person, etc. 4) elegance and sophistication. 5) an official or legal… …   English terms dictionary

  • styleless — adj. lacking style, lacking elegance or sophistication …   English contemporary dictionary

  • styleless — style·less …   English syllables

  • style — styleless, adj. stylelessness, n. stylelike, adj. /stuyl/, n., v. styled, styling. n. 1. a particular kind, sort, or type, as with reference to form, appearance, or character: the baroque style; The style of the house was too austere for their… …   Universalium

  • unstylish — adjective 1. lacking in style or elegance a styleless way of dressing expensive but styleless country tweeds wearing unstylish clothes • Syn: ↑styleless • Ant: ↑stylish (for: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • classy — adj. 1. having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dress. Opposite of {styleless}. [informal] Syn: posh, swish, stylish. [WordNet 1.5] 2. exhibiting refinement and high character. Opposite of {low class} [informal] Syn: high class.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • style — I. noun Etymology: Middle English stile, style, from Latin stilus spike, stem, stylus, style of writing; perhaps akin to Latin instigare to goad more at stick Date: 14th century 1. designation, title 2. a. a distinctive manner of expression (as… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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