undecorated

adjective
un·​dec·​o·​rat·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈde-kə-ˌrā-təd How to pronounce undecorated (audio) \

Definition of undecorated

: having no decorations or ornaments : not decorated an undecorated room/building undecorated pottery also : plain, simple, unadorned undecorated facts the undecorated truth

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Examples of undecorated in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The Chippewa Garden Club’s wreath donation project began when one of the garden club members -- Aggie Goss -- offered to donate undecorated wreaths to the club from her basement storehouse. Shirley Macfarland, cleveland, "Garden Club spreads holiday cheer through festive wreaths donation: Talk of the Towns," 11 Dec. 2020 Unlike those found in Europe and elsewhere, dolmens in this part of the world—known as the Levant—are largely undecorated. Alex Fox, Smithsonian Magazine, "Millennia-Old Rock Art in Israel Offers Window Into Lost Culture," 14 July 2020 At the rear of the complex is another undecorated storeroom. National Geographic, "This pharaoh's painted tomb was missing its mummy," 25 June 2020 Ghanaian taste demanded that no surface, in a home, a building facade, a sidewalk, or a bus, go undecorated. Brian T. Allen, National Review, "The Art of Posters," 11 Jan. 2020 Many farms and farm animal rescue and sanctuaries will happily take Christmas trees that are undecorated, untreated and still green. Kelli Bender, PEOPLE.com, "Getting Rid of Your Christmas Tree? Give it to Hungry Goats Instead of Throwing it Out," 30 Dec. 2019 Home Depot offers a program where undecorated trees can be turned into mulch and is available free of charge for anyone who wants some. Micah Walker, Detroit Free Press, "Here's how to recycle wrapping paper, other Christmas decorations," 27 Dec. 2019 Many places will also accept undecorated trees and put them through a wood chipper to be turned into mulch and compost. Elizabeth Wolfe And Saeed Ahmed, CNN, "Here's what you can do with your Christmas tree now that the holiday is over," 26 Dec. 2019 Deckless Sunday Spend today feeling ashamed of your undecorated home. BostonGlobe.com, "Marital Fight Saturday," 9 Dec. 2019

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First Known Use of undecorated

circa 1763, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of undecorated was circa 1763

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“Undecorated.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undecorated. Accessed 15 May. 2021.

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undecorated

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of undecorated

: not having decorations

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