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- adj. Not framed; not having a frame
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not formed; not constructed; not fashioned. Not provided with a frame; not put into a frame: as, an unframed picture.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not provided with a frame
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Both framed and unframed paintings and prints blanketed the walls, while a few data canvases of various dimensions cycled through their repertoires, their brushstrokes and textures changing along with the pigments.
The best-seller is a 15 x 20-inch unframed print for $54.95, but you can also get that size framed for $169.95, or a custom canvas gallery wrap for $249.95.
Order framed or unframed reprints of Olympics cover pages.
That's certainly how things look in this clip, in which Belle's co-star Cyril Raffaelli dispatches a group of bad guys with little more than his limbs and an unframed painting.
Behind the bookshelf in my workroom I found one I'd bought in an Asian import shop at Barkly Square and never used: a tall, narrow, unframed rectangle of glass, its back still equipped top and bottom with strips of double-sided adhesive tape.
It was recovered unframed by Virgel Nickell of Santa Ana, California who describes himself as “a dabbler” in National bank notes.
He was arrested after police tracked him to a Napa hotel, where the Picasso was found unframed and prepared for shipping.
Buy the book, the calendar, the posters (framed or unframed) and the mugs.
The public can purchase their favorite photos either framed or unframed.
Straight ahead, in the living room, where the flat-screen TV is tuned to toons, the sponged-gold walls are filled with unframed old masters ranging from Rembrandts to Rubenses.