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Unadorned

Antonyms for unadorned:

mysterious, tricked out, wainscoted, obscure, adorned.

Synonyms for unadorned:

Sense 1

blank.

Sense 2

modest, rustic, homespun.

Sense 3

artless, homely.

Sense 6

unpolished.

Sense 10

dry.

Sense 11

natural.

commonplace

common.

plain

unvarnished.

undecorated

simply, plainly, undecorated, spartan, functional, spare.

all (adjective)

undecorated.

artless (adjective)

direct, unpretentious, honest, innocent, pure, plain, natural, straightforward.

austere (adjective)

rustic, clean, spartan, spare, bald, simple.

mere (adjective)

common, unadulterated, blunt.

modest (adjective)

dry, unornamented.

naked (adjective)

obvious, artless, unvarnished, unmistakable.

pure (adjective)

faultless, nascent, stainless, basic, untarnished, monolithic, Simon-pure, undiluted, uncluttered, essential, austere, aboriginal, primal, plain, clean, bare, angelic, innocent, unadulterated, untainted, immaculate, elementary, basal, chaste, virtuous, spotless, stark, prime, sinless, simple, white, atomic, primary, pure, undefiled, fundamental, indivisible, unblemished, honorable, formative, unalloyed, decent, unsullied, elemental, clear, purebred, blameless, guiltless, foundational, irreducible.

simple (adjective)

homely, folksy, undecorated, artless, elementary, unalloyed.

succinct (adjective)

frank, uncluttered, ordinary, informal, folksy, casual, prosaic, blunt, unpoetical, candid, straightforward, unpretentious, clear, Plain-spoken, bald, simple, honest, outspoken, stark, direct, intelligible.

unadorned (adjective)

basic, undecorated, austere, bare, modest, unembellished, stark.

unembellished (adjective)

unembellished.

unfinished (adjective)

unpolished.

Sense 1 (noun)

dry, unvarnished.

Sense 2 (noun)

homespun, homely, unpolished, rustic, artless, natural.

unadorned (noun)

undecorated, untufted, unornamented, unembellished, plain.

undecorated (noun)

plainly, spartan, spare, simply, functional.

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