bare–bones

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adjective \ˈber-ˈbōnz\

Definition of bare–bones

  1. :  including only what is most basic or necessary a bare-bones e-mail program Skyscrapers of steel hung with curtain walls of glass, these sleek buildings were impressive monuments to bare-bones architectural integrity. — C. A. Mills

1946

First Known Use of bare–bones

1946


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