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- adj. Not painted
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- adj. not having a coat of paint or badly in need of a fresh coat
- adj. not having makeup on
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The human-scale dimensions of low, unpainted buildings and houses made of natural materials surrounded by gardens and narrow pathways created an otherworldly atmosphere.
The show's signature image is of a marvelously carved, unpainted 40-inch-high palanquin—a partly open sedan-chair on carrying poles—designed to bear aloft a divinely inhabited figure in processions.
The third was something I would never wear out in public because it is a vastly unflattering color for custardy-colored me, but for sleeping and working out it doesn't matter much: it's the color of unpainted canvas.
Charlie was seated behind his desk, an unpainted door held up on one end by a sawhorse and the other by a chipped file cabinet.
Years afterward, when the open-grazing days were over, and the red grass had been ploughed under and under until it had almost disappeared from the prairie; when all the fields were under fence, and the roads no longer ran about like wild things, but followed the surveyed section-lines, Mr. Shimerda's grave was still there, with a sagging wire fence around it, and an unpainted wooden cross.
Rob would gently suggest that they could always be painted but they could not be unpainted, 'so let's try it with a clear finish and see.'
Anyone else remember tan braided line, thin bamboo cane poles, and unpainted cork bobbers?
These unpainted spot paintings sell for more than the painted ones, and they generally remain unpainted. via
Interior walls are left unpainted, with just the white plaster on the surface, the trowel marks visible.
Interior walls are left unpainted, with just the white plaster on the surface, trowel marks visible.
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