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anonymous
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Franny and Zooey
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  • Abruptly, then, and very quickly, she went into the farthest and most anonymous-looking of the seven or eight enclosures—which, by luck, didn’t require a coin for entrance—closed the door behind her, and, with some little difficulty, manipulated the bolt to a locked position.
  • A four-story private school for girls stood directly across the side street—a stolid and rather aloofly anonymous-looking building that rarely came alive till about three-thirty in the afternoon, when public-school children from Third and Second Avenues came to play jacks or stoop-ball on its stone steps.

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as in: an anonymous author Define
an unknown person, or of an unknown person -- such as an unknown author, or donation of an unknown person
as in: an anonymous, uninteresting house Define
lacking individuality or interesting features
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