uncurtained

ADJECTIVE
  1. not provided with curtains
    blank, curtainless windows stared back at her
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How To Use uncurtained In A Sentence

  • For a week after that visit her lights had failed to go on — darkness brooded out into the areaway, seemed to grope blindly in at his expectant, uncurtained window. Tales of the Jazz Age
  • Jess could just see his gestures in the half-light coming from her uncurtained windows.
  • And from the three long uncurtained windows the beautiful stretch of meadow and moorland, the far violet of the hills, and the unchanging changefulness of cloud and sky. The Railway Children
  • The curtains were drawn over the east window looking out over the harbour mouth, but the alcove with the oriel north window was uncurtained. Movie Night
  • They are carpetless and uncurtained, their dim twilight being sifted from the burning glare without through green mattings hung at the windows. In Seven Stages: A Flying Trip Around the World
  • Lights beamed from uncurtained windows, cars swarmed around a pillared porch and the noise was like being on a battlefield again.
  • They were from lovers; from some of the prominent names in the land; men whose devotion had survived even the grisly revealments of her character which the courts had uncurtained; men who knew her now, just as she was, and yet pleaded as for their lives for the dear privilege of calling the murderess wife. The Gilded Age A tale of today
  • Steps down, plants, and cork flooring visible through an uncurtained window indicated good pickings within. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE
  • Michelle was also still awake, uncurtained windows admitting the light of September's last moon.
  • Turning away from King's Cross down Pentonville Road, from the top deck I see through an uncurtained window into a flat above a shop where three men and a woman are having tea.
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