ungarnished

adjective
un·gar·nished | \ ˌən-ˈgär-nisht \

Definition of ungarnished 

: free of embellishment or garnish : plain, simple the ungarnished truth He thought it a poor place, ungarnished … a bare, almost grim workshop … —Henry James

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And the famous slip sole in its bath of seaweed butter, a menu stalwart, its firm, meaty flesh peeling away to leave a cartoon fishbone: ungarnished, startling in its starkness, brave and brilliant. Marina O’loughlin, Bon Appetit, "Why an Unassuming Seaside Pub Is My Favorite Place to Eat In the British Isles," 23 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of ungarnished

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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