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[ UK /ˌʌndˈɛkəɹˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. not decorated with something to increase its beauty or distinction
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How To Use undecorated In A Sentence

  • The walls were white and undecorated and the floor bare.
  • At Agadagbabou, an abandoned site, about sixty-seven percent of the potsherds recovered were undecorated.
  • The vases are comparable in size and execution to the large undecorated stemmed bowl.
  • No part of the costume has been left undecorated, while the tall headdress is particularly ornate.
  • Its buildings are simple, undecorated, and relatively new.
  • Gazing at their done-over barns and railroad apartments in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, one gets the definite sense that their "undecorated" spaces are a bit more decorated than our own undecorated spaces, and one secretly suspects that one's own life may not yield up the time to stumble across handpainted Chinoiserie wallpaper by the storied French firm de Gournay or antique Etruscan pottery brought back from a trip to Beirut. The Rise of the Personal
  • It is the undecorated grace of his nature. Times, Sunday Times
  • The crispness of the unpainted, undecorated oak and bare walls is a startling yet pleasant contrast to the intentionally modern and institutional feel of the lobbies.
  • He glanced to the as-yet undecorated Christmas tree, and then back to her.
  • Domestic finds include various scrapers, borers, beads, and pottery consisting mainly of undecorated carinated bowls. Ballynashllog Jackpot
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