- adj. Not ironed.
- adj. (of linens or clothes) not ironed
- un- + ironed (Wiktionary)
“I agree with keeping coppers looking smart and unpolished boots and/or unironed shirts are a personal bugbear with me.”
“He looked rumpled, in an unironed plaid shirt and khakis that suddenly appeared too short, bits of his dark socks visible between hem and shoe.”
“Preacher was standing up over his writing table, unshaved, wearing an unironed white shirt.”
“In his view, miracles shouldnt come dressed in jeans and unironed T-shirts, and as though to goad him, in a far corner two of the miracle-workers burst into raucous laughter.”
“How long have the unironed clothes been sitting unironed and unworn?”
“Just take a look at what Browne's wearing today: slim gray flannel trousers that stop several inches above sockless ankles; an unironed white oxford-cloth button-down shirt; a skinny gray tie, and a cashmere cardigan with varsity stripes on the sleeve.”
“Darlings, the Amish are the most intentionally plain people in our country, and you won't ever see one of them with an unironed pinafore or trousers that are falling off their butts.”
“She gets and "I"--incomplete--for ironing, because no doubt she didn't finish and probably left some of his clothes unironed.”
“If you are one of those who want no creases whatever on your cloth—not even down the length—after ironing on both sides and avoiding the center, softly fold the cloth into thirds and iron the small unironed strip down the center of the cloth.”
“It is best to store tablecloths unstarched and unironed, if it will be some time before they are used, and to iron them just before they are needed.”
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