Thesaurus / unornamented

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Her brow, bare and unornamented, threw an air of severe grandeur on her whole countenance.

In lateral view the surface is unornamented, and convex in the ventral half.

For who is there so unprejudiced as not to prefer the attractive and sonorous to the sombre and unornamented in style?

Here, red and unornamented as the house itself, the future Egyptologist was born.

IdolatryJulian Hawthorne

The idol the natives worshipped for him was a slender, unornamented staff twelve feet long.

Roughing ItMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

His dress, from the rough pea-jacket to the unornamented moccasins, was severely plain.

The Silent PlacesSteward Edward White

The chapel was unornamented; there were a few pictures, but they were simple and inoffensive.

The English in the West IndiesJames Anthony Froude

She had a fine head of hair, and she took great pleasure in showing it unornamented.

The Secret Memoirs of Louis XV./XVI, CompleteMadame du Hausset, an "Unknown English Girl" and the Princess Lamballe

He even grasped the reason for the massive, stark, unornamented keep.

The Pirates of ErsatzMurray Leinster

Of course he got a miserable dinner of “unornamented chops and potatoes,” after which he proceeded to visit the lions of Belfast.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.