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Definitions for faceless
ˈfeɪs lɪsface·less

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. facelessadjective

    without a face or identity

    "a faceless apparition"; "the faceless accusers of the police state"

Wiktionary

  1. facelessadjective

    Having no face

  2. facelessadjective

    Having, or revealing no individual identity or character; anonymous.

    It is a faceless corporation.

  3. facelessadjective

    Having or revealing no individuality, personality or distinctive characteristics.

Freebase

  1. Faceless

    Faceless is the third studio album by the band Godsmack. The album introduced drummer Shannon Larkin, former drummer for Ugly Kid Joe. The album was released on April 8, 2003. The songs "Straight Out of Line" and "I Stand Alone" had Grammy nominations for 'Best Rock Song' and, 'Best Hard Rock Performance' respectively.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of faceless in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of faceless in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of faceless in a Sentence

  1. Michael Sweet:

    Bondholders should be realizing that in Chapter 9 cases those who will invariably get better treatment by the cities are former and current employers, who are part of the community, and not the faceless bankers holding commercial paper.

  2. Phil Trieb:

    [I]f we won’t choose to pay the price of liberty, then by default we shall suffer the cost of servitude -- whether it be the iron chains of a tyrannical oligarchy or the regulatory chains of unelected, faceless bureaucrats. When we witness our neighbors abused by tyrants, will we skulk away and hope we’re not next? Or will we stand by them and challenge -- as freedom-loving Americans -- the tyranny of lawless leaders.

  3. Jeremy Tillman:

    At first blush, individuals may find it reassuring that their data is being collected and processed by faceless corporations rather than their neighbor next door, however, there are two caveats to this logic, he added. First, while your neighbor may not be personally collecting your data, he may very well be the data analyst working at the company that does. In other words, there are distinct individuals within each company whose entire job is to analyze, evaluate, and interact with user data. Ten or more trackers that collect personal data were found on 21.3 percent of the sites covered by the study. CUNNING MALWARE SPREADS, GOES AFTER YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Google Analytics and Facebook Connect are some of the most prominent trackers, according to Ghostery. Google Analytics is in the top ten of the most widely used trackers based on the various services the Internet giant uses, including Google Analytics and Google Analytics Adsense. Facebook Connect is next with three. Google Analytics was found on almost half of all loaded pages at 46.4 percent, while Facebook Connect was on more than a fifth, coming in at 21.9 percent. Other companies that showed include comScore and Twitter. And Google Analytics’s not easy keeping tabs on these trackers since many are n’t installed by the website owner, according to Jeremy Tillman.

  4. Meenal Sachdev:

    Modern slavery is not specific to a certain type of hotel, it doesn't discriminate between a budget or five star hotel – it goes across the board, fACELESS.

  5. Patrick Cullinan:

    It’s giving a face to a faceless process, the patient is being told indirectly that we care about you, we care about your loved one and we want to help you with the grieving process.

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