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Her attendant wore a similar costume of cheaper material, an unornamented turban and black slippers.
Passing round the corner of the emperors palace, one is admitted at a plain unornamented door in a corner.
It was a tall narrow building, wholly unornamented, the walls covered with a layer of white plaster cracked and soiled by time.
A LAODICEANTHOMAS HARDY
A plain, unornamented sword, such as the army is supplied with.
Some pueblos contain more than one; unless rites are in progress, it is a bare, rude room usually unornamented.
It was an unornamented, but exquisitely-bound Bible and Prayer Book, dark-brown, with red-edged leaves.
HOPES AND FEARSCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
A small black vase unornamented but in perfect condition was dug up near the remains of the young woman.
The chest was not infrequently unpanelled and unornamented, and in the latter period of its history this became the ruling type.
On the outer side, the side toward the people and not the side toward the Presence of God, it was entirely plain and unornamented!
CONFESSIONS OF A BOOK-LOVERMAURICE FRANCIS EGAN
The dentary is an unornamented bone with the anterior half curving medially; the greatest height is anterior.

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