Definition of unornamental in English:


Line breaks: un|orna¦men¦tal
Pronunciation: /ˌʌnɔːnəˈmɛnt(ə)l


Not ornamental; plain.
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  • The bridges and stations should be cheap and unornamental, and constructed at the lowest possible expense.
  • Most of the women are strongly formed and dressed in unornamental but convenient cottons.
  • It was the pure yet not unornamental line of the early Wiener Werkstätte that proved most popular in America ten years ago.

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