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OTHER WORDS FROM austereaus·tere·ly, adverbaus·tere·ness, nounun·aus·tere, adjectiveun·aus·tere·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for austere
Both Maryland soldiers said austere quarters are realities of the profession.National Guard members allowed back at Capitol after they were banished to a parking garage|Alex Horton|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
He long lived an austere, almost monastic existence with his sister in a sprawling apartment across from the Elysee presidential palace in Paris.Pierre Cardin, legendary fashion designer and licensing genius, dies at 98|Bernhard Warner|December 29, 2020|Fortune
For me it’s just the majestic nature of the place, the fact it’s so remote, so austere, and yet so incredibly beautiful.What You Can Learn from Living in Antarctica - Issue 92: Frontiers|Marissa Grunes|November 11, 2020|Nautilus
With Prisoner of the State, Lang’s aim was to build on Beethoven’s work to create a beautiful, austere opera examining the emotional and political ramifications of imprisonment.
Joseph received them austerely, and declared that Benjamin should be retained in Egypt as his servant, or slave.Beacon Lights of History, Volume II|John Lord
His leave-taking next morning was extremely harrowing to his own feelings, however austerely the rest took it.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins
Then she fluttered off under the gloomy charge of Merle, who had remained austerely aloof from the night's gayety.The Wrong Twin|Harry Leon Wilson
Otherwise there are bed and chairs and dressing-table, the necessities of life austerely provided.The Master of the Inn|Robert Herrick
Health, it is austerely added, is more important than fashion!Critical Studies|Ouida