not decorated; plain: a bare unadorned style
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How to use unadorned in a sentence
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 | THE 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 | THE DAILY BEAST
Bake unadorned for 20 minutes (25 minutes if your drumsticks are very large).
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.
He is open to the convincing pleasures of the simple and unadorned life; he is satisfied with simple people.Mrs. Falchion, Complete | Gilbert Parker
But the dim brightness, concentrated upon the holy things, looked like a ray from Heaven shining down upon the unadorned shrine.An Episode Under the Terror | Honore de Balzac
Her tomb is in a small chapel, dark, damp, and even noisome: it is indicated only by a flat unadorned stone.
Yet he often wrote with a forthright power, naked and unadorned, which could dispense with the aid of literary artifices.Reminiscences of Charles Bradlaugh | George W. Foote
It is a model of close, simple, unadorned argument, adapted to the minds of the jurymen.Select Speeches of Daniel Webster | Daniel Webster