[ US /ənˈpeɪntɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnpˈe‍ɪntɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not having a coat of paint or badly in need of a fresh coat
    unpainted furniture
    an unpainted house
  2. not having makeup on
    her sweet unpainted face
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use unpainted In A Sentence

  • The main building at each shrine is a simple thatched hut made of unpainted cypress wood in ancient Japanese style. Alla Kazovsky: Letting Go: "Live-by-Design" Way
  • If you used 10 sq. in. of paint, you would have 10 sq. in. of surface unpainted.
  • Every unpainted piece of metal was polished and smoothed, including the impractical brass funnels on admirals' pinnaces.
  • Yellow and orange sponge-painted walls are accentuated by unpainted, unvarnished wooden tables.
  • The coloration of the building was far from total. Plain surfaces, as walls, were unpainted. So too were the columns, including, probably, their capitals, except between the annulets.
  • Li Faa pursed her insolent, unpainted lips into the form of a half-opened rosebud, and replied: THE TEARS OF AH KIM
  • Buy them individually or save over £8 by buying the complete set, see the special offer at the bottom of the page. supplied unpainted
  • The British adopt patterns that leave some skin unpainted, while the US armed forces prefer to paint the face completely in two-colour creams.
  • an unpainted house
  • Tinsel painting was a variant of potichomanie in which a metallic foil would be crumpled and applied behind the unpainted areas of the glass to give it an intriguing sparkle in gas or candlelight. Book-Wyrm-Knits
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy