[ UK /ʌnfˈɜːnɪʃt/ ]
  1. not equipped with what is needed especially furniture
    an unfurnished apartment
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How To Use unfurnished In A Sentence

  • So it looks as if, for the foreseeable future, unfurnished properties will comprise a tiny minority of the private rented market.
  • I seemed to be in an unfurnished, semi-renovated apartment.
  • At present, landlords and homeowners are entitled to a 50 per cent Council Tax discount for properties which are unfurnished and classed as ‘long-term empty’.
  • The flat was empty and unfurnished between these dates.
  • We rented an unfurnished apartment.
  • She didn't know what he was going to say when they got to his new unfurnished apartment.
  • One at a time, they or their families appear on screen in a stripped-down, minimal set that resembles nothing so much as an unfurnished prison cell.
  • It was unfurnished except for a smooth, cylindric pedestal holding a glimmering golden dish of oil. WARCHILD
  • And yet, still self-reproachfully, he also continued to search his soul concerning his own country, "our great unxix endowed, unfurnished, unentertained? unentertaining continent, where [...] we ought to have leisure to turn out something handsome from the very heart of simple human nature. 'The Complete Letters of Henry James, 1872-1876, Volume 1'
  • Holding hands, they climb the stairs and they go into the bright, paint-smelling, sunlit, unfurnished sitting room. THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE
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