Definition of undecorated in English:

undecorated

Syllabification: un·dec·o·rat·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈdekəˌrādəd
 
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adjective

1Not adorned or decorated: the walls were completely undecorated
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  • Each piece is clean and simple, with an undecorated matte surface.
  • The crispness of the unpainted, undecorated oak and bare walls is a startling yet pleasant contrast to the intentionally modern and institutional feel of the lobbies.
  • Its buildings are simple, undecorated, and relatively new.
2(Of a member of the armed forces) not honored with an award.
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  • Ross is the idea man, the strategist and the muscle propelling the political rise of the undecorated and unremarkable second-in-command.

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