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unembellished

Line breaks: un|embel¦lished
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪmˈbɛlɪʃt
 
, -ɛm-/

Definition of unembellished in English:

adjective

Not embellished or decorated: the unembellished truth
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  • The stark, unembellished style reflects perfectly the silence and sense of infinite time and space.
  • After pages of beautifully written memories, Hyena's Belly ends suddenly with a sharp unembellished paragraph.
  • In keeping with Scottish traditions of frugality and a canny eye for making a penny, the Freemasons who designed it felt that it would be of much more use if it remained relatively unembellished.

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