unframed

[ UK /ʌnfɹˈe‍ɪmd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not provided with a frame
    unframed pictures
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How To Use unframed In A Sentence

  • Behind the bookshelf in my workroom I found one I'd bought in an Asian import shop at Barkly Square and never used: a tall, narrow, unframed rectangle of glass, its back still equipped top and bottom with strips of double-sided adhesive tape. Excerpt: The Spare Room by Helen Garner
  • There was also an unframed photo that seemed to be somewhat faded stuck inside one of the edges of the vanity.
  • Galleries wouldn't dream of hanging an unframed oil painting on the wall, so why place a sculpture on the corner of a desk or a store fixture and expect it to sell?
  • Sometimes framed and unframed photos are displayed amongst sports trophies on mantelpieces, in cabinets, on bookshelves and on the tops of televisions and fridges.
  • Iti's paintings are generally unframed; several are rendered on irregular offcuts of canvas or black builders' paper.
  • She went over to her desk and came back with a stack of matted, unframed eight-by-ten glossy black-and-white photos. A RODENT OF DOUBT
  • Both framed and unframed paintings and prints blanketed the walls, while a few data canvases of various dimensions cycled through their repertoires, their brushstrokes and textures changing along with the pigments. Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire
  • Pieces are available unframed or can be framed on-site by the gallery's framing staff, and framing services are also available.
  • He'll be allowed to bring only a few items, including five unframed photographs and a paperback book.
  • In total bemusement, Peter stood before one, then another, and another of the unframed canvases that circled the walls. SOMETHING IN THE WATER
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