Meaning of facelessness in English:



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‘It was the facelessness and unresponsiveness and steadfastness of this last group that provided an unexpected ‘What, me worry?’’
  • ‘The album's folk-inflected midsection is definitely its best swath, and the other sections that surround it are plagued by a kind of facelessness that keep them from sticking.’
  • ‘Interestingly, the visual expression of their chilly sound is one of monochromatic, computer-generated facelessness.’
  • ‘Nuclear war perhaps best exemplifies the facelessness and technological distancing so essential to modern evil.’
  • ‘The facelessness and ease allow us to say things to each other that we might, before email, have said only to our shrinks.’