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He is open to the convincing pleasures of the simple and unadorned life; he is satisfied with simple people.
But the dim brightness, concentrated upon the holy things, looked like a ray from Heaven shining down upon the unadorned shrine.
Her tomb is in a small chapel, dark, damp, and even noisome: it is indicated only by a flat unadorned stone.
Yet he often wrote with a forthright power, naked and unadorned, which could dispense with the aid of literary artifices.
It is a model of close, simple, unadorned argument, adapted to the minds of the jurymen.
No man alive held the stale old adage of “Beauty when unadorned,” etc., in profounder scorn.
SWORD AND GOWNGEORGE A. LAWRENCE
All that thou wilt find here is a concise, unadorned account of the wourali-poison.
The Maid's armour was white and unadorned, if one may judge from its modest price of one hundred livres tournois.
Millner had never before heard his young friend put a case with such unadorned precision.
And, puffing a ring of smoke into the air, he told in bare, unadorned fashion the events of the day.
THE GRELL MYSTERYFRANK FROEST

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obnubilateverb (used with object) | [ob-noo-buh-leyt, -nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION