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use "nondescript" in a sentence

Fourth beast: A terrifying, powerful, nondescript beast, unlike any other, crushes and devours the whole earth with its iron teeth-trampling it down.

I don't think we had gone ashore there - it was just a very small nondescript village.

The strongest and most obvious Blue Man
oppression of the slaves.

His paternal great-grandfather, William Wills, had been a prosperous Birmingham attorney from a nonconformist, Unitarian, family.

Unlike most entrepreneurs, who were nonconformist, he attended the Church of England.

All the men were members with nonconformist religious views.

Visiting ministers came to conduct services and this was the beginning of the first nonconformist place of worship in the Crowborough district.

You will see that it is also very beautiful, perhaps the most beautiful nonconformist Church in England.

It continued to grow, however, even when other nonconformist denominations, mirroring a slowdown in population increase, began to consolidate.

An important academic study of this most influential nonconformist who fulfilled an energetic ministry in Northampton in the second quarter of the 18thC. 135 DICKENS, Charles.

The movement was founded by in England George Fox (1624-1691), a nonconformist religious reformer.

Mrs Thatcher, who was not an Anglican but a nonconformist, surprised the Church by intervening to ensure Dr Carey's elevation from the relatively minor bishopric of Bath and Wells onto the throne of Canterbury.

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