[ UK /ʌnɐdˈɔːnd/ ]
[ US /ˌənəˈdɔɹnd/ ]
  1. not decorated with something to increase its beauty or distinction
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How To Use unadorned In A Sentence

  • First, his performances of musical masterpieces are spare and unadorned. Times, Sunday Times
  • The typical two-slice serving of plain, unadorned cheese pizza packs about a half a day's worth of saturated fat.
  • Man-Made is a lazy, hazy exercise in unadorned songcraft, packed with melodies that insinuate themselves with sweet simplicity.
  • The costume concept for the entire program consisted of leotards and unitards, unadorned and brightly colored or adorned in various ways that spelled economy but not always high ingenuity.
  • The concrete walls are largely unadorned, but in places are tinted dull pink or blue and clad in horizontal slats of dark tropical hardwood.
  • Minimalists will love the temple stone garden in which sawn tree trunks weave a path through unadorned gravel.
  • That room unadorned with pictures or curtains looks bare.
  • The Italians are wearing black robes with ornate gold braid on their shoulders; the British, horsehair wigs; the Dutch and French, simple, unadorned black robes.
  • The design is an exercise in restraint, from the unadorned raised back to the discreet rope moulded rim, to the gentle curve of the sabre supports that end on paw feet.
  • Kocher delivers concentrated doses of unadorned reality - not necessarily harsh and brutal but hardly always pretty, either.
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