Definition of undistinguished in English:

undistinguished

Syllabification: un·dis·tin·guished
Pronunciation: /ˌəndəˈstiNGɡwiSHt
 
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adjective

Lacking distinction; unexceptional: an undistinguished career
More example sentences
  • Hogg was no ordinary Tory minister, however undistinguished his career.
  • Until 1994, when he was elected governor of Texas, Bush was known as the undistinguished son of a distinguished father.
  • Strictly speaking, it means commonplace, undistinguished, but has come to mean pertaining to the people.
Synonyms
informal garden-variety, by-the-numbers, nothing special, no great shakes, nothing to write home about, OK, so-so, 'comme ci, comme ça', bush-league, blah, plain-vanilla

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