Definition of unornamented in English:

unornamented

Line breaks: un|orna¦ment¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈɔːnəmɛntɪd
 
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adjective

Not having any decoration: an unornamented two-storey building
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  • Decoration needed to be in keeping with the sober, relatively unornamented classicism of the building if it was to bring the triumphant unity of the project to full expression.
  • Traditional types and spaces: tenement blocks, streets and squares were to be reinterpreted in austere, unornamented buildings which, some thought, would acquire gentler qualities under the influences of use and time.
  • In the decades that followed, she notes, followers of Le Corbusier made rings that were severely unornamented and of materials such as lacquer, silver, chrome, steel, and precious stones - all in abstract designs.

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