Definitions

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  • adjective Lacking a gloss (explanatory note).

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I especially enjoy the feel of direct contact with other cooks cooking right now - the unglossed reporting of things gone sadly wrong and kitchen triumphs surpassing expectations.

    Toast:

  • I especially enjoy the feel of direct contact with other cooks cooking right now - the unglossed reporting of things gone sadly wrong and kitchen triumphs surpassing expectations.

    Repetoire

  • Above the plunging neckline of her dress, her lips were unglossed and naturally red and they curled up at the sides as she told us about the Armenian delicacies that she had prepared for us.

    farcir - French Word-A-Day

  • Above the plunging neckline of her dress, her lips were unglossed and naturally red and they curled up at the sides as she told us about the Armenian delicacies that she had prepared for us.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • After years of niceties, Danish filmgoers are apparently looking for something raw and unglossed, my sources say.

    AFI FEST…Danish Film Festival opening night a smash! Wrestler a bore… « Julian Ayrs & Pop Culture

  • Above the plunging neckline of her dress, her lips were unglossed and naturally red and they curled up at the sides as she told us about the Armenian delicacies that she had prepared for us.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • I especially enjoy the feel of direct contact with other cooks cooking right now- the unglossed reporting of things gone sadly wrong and kitchen triumphs surpassing expectations.

    The Repetoire Cycle

  • While it was fun to see so many specialized boutiques and to rub coudes* with the rich and famous, consumerism and people watching have nothing on the charm and character of the city itself; the real joy is in witnessing the unglossed and unlifted faces of the old buildings and immersing oneself in the old ways of a once unknown-to-most city.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • While it was fun to see so many specialized boutiques and to rub coudes* with the rich and famous, consumerism and people watching have nothing on the charm and character of the city itself; the real joy is in witnessing the unglossed and unlifted faces of the old buildings and immersing oneself in the old ways of a once unknown-to-most city.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • While it was fun to see so many specialized boutiques and to rub coudes* with the rich and famous, consumerism and people watching have nothing on the charm and character of the city itself; the real joy is in witnessing the unglossed and unlifted faces of the old buildings and immersing oneself in the old ways of a once unknown-to-most city.

    drap - French Word-A-Day

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