Definition of namelessness in English:



See nameless

‘As they smile into the camera, they seem to be cheerfully willing their own namelessness, and become strange specters of themselves.’
  • ‘Though she is a lauded professional, she can identify with the namelessness that shrouds historical women figures like Sally Hemings.’
  • ‘The namelessness of the lover creates heightened particularity, at the same time giving his character the edge of the purely subjective.’
  • ‘But there is a strange namelessness about everything that helps the film avoid conventionality or specificity.’
  • ‘The husband's namelessness foreshadows the decline in his authority and his reduced function in the story.’



/ˈnāmləsnəs/ /ˈneɪmləsnəs/