Definitions

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  • adj. not brought up to date

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Examples

  • It is for sale for £615,000, up from a typical £330,000 for an unmodernised house three years ago, through Faron Sutaria (020 8740 7766).

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  • The key there is the food, which is reliable in an unstinting, unmodernised, bourgeois way.

    Restaurant review: Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec

  • Dazedly my uncle opened the connecting door and I followed him into the large unmodernised kitchen, an expanse of black and white tiling still called on old castle plans 'the cold preparation room'.

    To The Hilt

  • There was a smattering of corner shops, where neighbour met neighbour, and information was passed on, and a few small unmodernised pubs, where strangers did not go unnoticed for long.

    Hide And Seek

  • This results in an unstandardised and unmodernised text.

    The Scandal of 'Ulysses'

  • If any of your readers can inform me of another copy of the above ballad, especially unmodernised (the versification must have suffered in the frequent reprints) and in black-letter of an early date, they will do me a favour.

    Notes and Queries, Number 62, January 4, 1851

  • Most of her UK buyers want unmodernised properties.

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  • If you find an unmodernised home in Chelsea, it's a case of 'join the queue'.

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  • The site is still being built: a random search finds just 13 unmodernised homes in London, for example.

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  • "We buy unmodernised homes on behalf of our clients, refurbish them and sell them," says Galli.

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