verb (used with object)
Origin of adorn
Examples from the Web for unadorned
Three were unadorned; one bore a wreath, red ribbons, and a name: Adolf Hitler.The Real Monuments Men: The Coronation Chamber of Hitler|Robert Edsel|February 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is one of the few pure, unadorned dramas to be regularly found in professional life.On Match Day, the Nation’s Medical Students Discover Their Residencies|Casey Schwartz|March 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But here, it happens immediately, unadorned by the compassion that comes with years passing.
The coats retail for $295; the Gap's unadorned women's classic trench sells for just $88.
But say you had a bunch of tomatoes, and were tired of slicing and sprinkling, and bowing low to the unadorned tomato.
There is in the unadorned picture of any incident in the past a sort of hallowed character that no ornate frame can improve.T. De Witt Talmage|T. De Witt Talmage
He is open to the convincing pleasures of the simple and unadorned life; he is satisfied with simple people.Mrs. Falchion, Complete|Gilbert Parker
As one of your own poets has said, you appear 'when unadorned, adorned the most.'Valeria|William Henry Withrow
The plain columns and unadorned pediments express strength and simplicity rather than beauty.A Trip to the Orient|Robert Urie Jacob
Plain, unadorned Protestantism is most to the taste of the middle classes of Great Britain.