Without character or identity; anonymous: faceless soldiers guarding the compound; a faceless industrial conglomerate. (adjective)
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Use "faceless" in a sentence
"The next time someone uses the expression "faceless government bureaucrat" in my presence, they'll have to explain to me why Katie - who knew my parents for all of three months - became such an integral and affectionate member of our family that she was at Dad's funeral to console me and Mom."
"Unmarried, the pracharaks live sparely, inspiring hundreds of workers while trying to remain faceless, in an effort to eliminate their own egos."
"I am amazed at the amount of hatred people spew when they can remain faceless behind their computer or mobile device."