faceless

[ feys-lis ]
/ ˈfeɪs lɪs /

adjective

without a face: a faceless apparition.
lacking personal distinction or identity: a faceless mob.
unidentified or unidentifiable; concealing one's identity: a faceless kidnapper.

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Origin of faceless

First recorded in 1560–70; face + -less

OTHER WORDS FROM faceless

face·less·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for faceless

faceless
/ (ˈfeɪslɪs) /

adjective

without a face
without identity; anonymous

Derived forms of faceless

facelessness, noun
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