unlined

[ UK /ʌnlˈa‍ɪnd/ ]
[ US /ənˈɫaɪnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. smooth, especially of skin
    his cheeks were unlined
    his unseamed face
  2. not having a lining or liner
    a thin unlined jacket
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How To Use unlined In A Sentence

  • Bound seams are used to assure a clean finish for unlined jackets.
  • Along with that were poems, all written in the same loopy penmanship on pieces of unlined white paper.
  • Her face was clear and her coffee-colored skin was unlined.
  • Spheniscus species generally use unlined nests in burrows, crevices, caves, or surface scrapes.
  • Although trained as a reporter to turn out copy on a typewriter, his papers show he quickly shifted to pencil and cheap, unlined sheets - which often reflect minimal revision when compared to the final version.
  • Oliver Bolingbroke, tall, lean and wealthily civilised, made a slow visual traverse of the pink rose-bud wallpaper, the linoleum on the floor, the peacock blue satin cushions on the rusty-brown chairs, the unlined floral curtains at the window. The Elvis Latte
  • Often featuring a snap front and drawstring waist, this jacket maybe lined or unlined.
  • The unlined portion of the tunnel had caved in under the debris of a mudslide on Monday night, burying many workers alive and injuring others.
  • Gloves may be net, unlined jersey or heavier lined gloves for colder weather.
  • At first sight, he seemed still a youth, with his creamy, unlined skin and his aching awareness of his muscular pose. THE BROKEN GOD
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