Definition of unmodernized in English:

unmodernized

Line breaks: un|mod¦ern|ized
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmɒd(ə)nʌɪzd
 
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(also unmodernised)

adjective

(Especially of a building) not modernized; retaining the original features: she lived in an unmodernized house with a coal fire as the only source of heat
More example sentences
  • ‘A significant number of the deaths will be because, in this area, houses are likely to be the older, unmodernised terraced type which are not well insulated or fuel efficient,’ he said.
  • But Network Rail, formerly Railtrack, is concerned that more houses will mean more people using the local unmanned and unmodernised level crossing to reach the town centre and other facilities.
  • We consider that the appropriate property type should be unmodernised family sized accommodation with 3 bedrooms or more.

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