fame + -less
fameless (comparative more fameless, superlative most fameless)
- (chiefly obsolete) Without fame.
1834, E. Bulwer Lytton, The Pilgrims Of The Rhine:
- Sluggish are the spirits and base the lot of the men I am ordained to lead through a dull life to a fameless grave.
1915, William Crosbie Hunter, Evening Round Up:
- And in the midst of better conditions and brighter prospects the shameless, brainless, fameless bipeds pollute the atmosphere, poison hearts and plant discontent.