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- adj. Not lustrous; without lustre.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not lustrous; not shining.
- [The above is the reading in some modern editions; the old editions have illustrious.]
However, US distributor Columbia refused the expense of color prints, releasing it only in decidedly unlustrous black-and-white.
Pottery with very pale sometimes greenish clay, and grey black totally unlustrous paint.
He is one who will undertake this despised unlustrous matter of which our ordinary human life consists, and make a science of it, building up its generalizations from its particulars, and observing the actual reality, -- the thing as it is, freshly, for that purpose; and not omitting any detail, -- the poorest.