/ (ʌnˈfɜːnɪʃt) /

  1. (of a room, property, etc) not having any furniture

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How to use unfurnished in a sentence

  • Yet to my unfurnished eyes, the early Tea Party folks looked like a convention of harmless, if fairly cranked-up Walmart greeters.

  • Arter I run away from the carrier, and afore I took up with the vaginer, I had unfurnished lodgin's for a fortnight.'

    The Pickwick Papers | Charles Dickens
  • We got the place cleared at last, and the Staff occupied an untidy, dirty, unfurnished house and grounds at the corner.

  • I do not want to infer that you are entirely free from this annoyance and uncertain item of expense when you lease unfurnished.

    Paris Vistas | Helen Davenport Gibbons
  • The place was unfurnished except for a chair, a bed and a table, all home-made, but all clean and soundly carpentered.

    The Code of the Mountains | Charles Neville Buck
  • The new wing that pa has built to our house is just finished, and, being unfurnished, will make a lovely theater.

    A Changed Heart | May Agnes Fleming