undistinctive


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Lagers are generally fairly bland, cold and undistinctive.
Compared to other great poets in English, such as Spenser, Marlowe, Shakespeare, Donne, Milton, Pope, Tennyson, Hopkins, Whitman, Hardy, and Yeats, critics have often thought of Wordsworth's verse as relatively pedestrian, undistinguished, and undistinctive.
The individual annuity and pension lines are strong performers, though group business is under pressure, with a declining earnings trend, and the small individual life business remains relatively undistinctive.