Yet to my unfurnished eyes, the early Tea Party folks looked like a convention of harmless, if fairly cranked-up Walmart greeters.
He began by searching the unfurnished room in which the fire would have originated.
The house was not empty, in the sense that it was unfurnished.
One of these winters he occupied a small frame house, unfurnished in the second story.
He had indeed a house, but it was unfurnished, so that he could not take me in.
They have their unfurnished minds lumbered with immoral ideas of empire, of conquest, of titles, of stars and garters.
Here there were only two rooms, one for Buskin, the maid-servant, and the other unfurnished.
We moved again, this time into unfurnished rooms in a house whose landlady undertook to serve meals to us at stated hours.
There were two or three unfurnished rooms on the second floor.
But I made my face expressionless as the front of a shut-up house, with "to let unfurnished" over the door.
mid-15c., from Middle French furniss-, present participle stem of furnir "furnish, accomplish," from Old French fornir (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *fornire, alteration of *fromire, from West Germanic *frumjan "forward movement, advancement" (cf. Old High German frumjan "to do, execute, provide"), from Proto-Germanic *fram- "forwards" (see from). Meaning "to provide" (something) is from 1520s. Related: Furnished; furnishing.