Definition of unironed in English:

unironed

Line breaks: un|ironed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʌɪənd
 
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adjective

(Of clothes or other fabric articles) not smoothed with an iron: he wore an unironed shirt
More example sentences
  • When Iris is looking up records of her great-aunt she ‘reads of refusals to speak, of unironed clothes, of never wanting marital relations or wanting them too much or not enough or not in the right way or seeking them elsewhere.’
  • Of course, when I say ‘Ironing Pile’, I don't mean to suggest that I'll be modelling unironed shirts from now on.
  • He is seen in an open shirt (even his vest is faintly visible behind the wrinkled and unironed shirt) with a jacket casually thrown over it.

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