Examples of unadorned in a Sentence
The room is unadorned and very plain.
the completely unadorned clothing favored by members of that religious sect
Recent Examples of unadorned from the Web
With its metal roof and unadorned facade, the former chicken coop on St. Joseph Abbey's campus may look like a simple building from the outside.
The foot-soldiers in short, white robes and unadorned headdresses seemed to have all but vanished from Riyadh last year after the government barred them from making arrests or questioning people.
Nearly life-size commemorative carvings of a male and female pair of tomb guardians from Madagascar look almost contemporary; weathering outdoors has softened features into smooth planes of unadorned wood.
Its unadorned grand shrine, Kotai Jingū, is made entirely of Japanese cypress using no metal nails or screws, in a unique style.
Inside, a few dozen people, mostly women, sipped coffee from Styrofoam cups in an unadorned room with a low ceiling, tan carpeting, and rows of tan chairs.
At his latest Gucci resort 2018 show in Florence this weekend, no detail was left unadorned.
For long stretches, nothing is visible but the earth and the sky, and their unadorned hugeness is on a mythological scale: the sexual congress of Gaea and Uranus, the primal scene of creation.
Yet one would be forgiven for overlooking the unadorned brick-and-glass facade; the house doesn’t give up its secrets easily.
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First Known Use of unadorned
UNADORNED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unadorned for English Language Learners
: not decorated or fancy : not adorned
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