1. (of linens or clothes) not ironed
    a pile of unironed laundry
    wore unironed jeans
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How To Use unironed In A Sentence

  • The ageing process might have begun for him then - his forehead wrinkled, like an unironed cloth, with the worries of the world entwined in each strain of the fabric.
  • Over their unironed or unironable shirts we have matte/shiny patterns in black and aubergine and Cassidy's tank-gray vest with infusions of canary yellow and ultramarine.
  • He is seen in an open shirt (even his vest is faintly visible behind the wrinkled and unironed shirt) with a jacket casually thrown over it.
  • Their spirit has meant that their creases have remained unironed.
  • When Iris is looking up records of her great-aunt she ‘reads of refusals to speak, of unironed clothes, of never wanting marital relations or wanting them too much or not enough or not in the right way or seeking them elsewhere.’
  • I nodded and said, ‘The unironed shirt really completes the effect.’
  • Darlings, the Amish are the most intentionally plain people in our country, and you won't ever see one of them with an unironed pinafore or trousers that are falling off their butts. If You Love It, You Need It
  • The other guy wears black velour jackets comboed with unironed flannelette pyjama shirts and loud ties.
  • I agree with keeping coppers looking smart and unpolished boots and/or unironed shirts are a personal bugbear with me. And for my next trick……. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Of course, when I say ‘Ironing Pile’, I don't mean to suggest that I'll be modelling unironed shirts from now on.
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