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Definition of Facelessness
1. [n -ES]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Facelessness
Literary usage of Facelessness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mental Culture in Burmese Crisis Politics: Aung San Suu Kyi and the National by Gustaaf Houtman (1999)
"... not only organised elections, but has taken up culture and Buddhism as a platform in order to compensate for its facelessness and its lack of charisma. ..."
2. Small Pieces Loosely Joined: A Unified Theory of the Web by David Weinberger (2002)
"... If real-world fame mirrors the facelessness of the real-world public, Web fame is as face-ful as the Web public. If the real- world public reduces us to ..."
3. The Socius of Architecture: Amsterdam, Tokyo, New York by Ad Graafland (2000)
"... The bareness or the facelessness of this kind of architecture is the basis of my study; it is certainly not its ultimate destination. ..."
4. Daytrips Washington, D. C.: 50 One-Day Adventures in Washington, Virginia by Earl Steinbicker (1999)
"Prior to 1929, this area had been a notorious slum, which at least had the virtue of being more interesting than the present bureaucratic facelessness. ..."
5. Violence in South Africa: A Variety of Perspectives by Elirea Bornman, René Van Eeden, Marie Wentzel (1998)
"facelessness (public de-individualization). People in crowds (including a crowd of spectators) tend to assume that it is difficult to identify them. ..."