underfurnished love

Definitions

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  • adj. Inadequately furnished; lacking in furniture.

Etymologies

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under- +‎ furnished

Examples

  • “It's a symbol, a necessity and a triumph, a part of the cultural patrimony so tightly woven into the fabric of Texas life that Texans themselves do not even remark on it until they are presented with the gray-tinged, underfurnished, suspiciously geometric hamburger that the rest of America lives with.”

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  • The apron and cloth coat and underfurnished flat and food smells in the hallway.

    Underworld

  • The room was expensively underfurnished: stiff sofas upholstered in dull mushroom damask; a pair of Queen Anne chairs similarly covered; spindly-legged Chippendale tables redolent of lemon oil.

    Over the Edge

  • He'd invited me to join him here, old house, underfurnished, somewhere south of nowhere in the Sonoran Desert or maybe it was the Mojave Desert or another desert altogether.

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  • Plus, I like simple bedroom decor, but in the living room it is harder for me to find the balance of it being uncluttered and having free space but also not being boring or underfurnished.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • In this small, dark, underfurnished apartment he didn’t seem like a monster anymore, but like a man.

    The Shadow Thieves

  • "Small, of course, and underfurnished, but some pictures and antimacassars would take off that bare look.

    The Spanish Chest

  • Fillion is good company, and 'Castle' has a breezy ease but, as a whole, feels a tad underfurnished. "

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