Definitions

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  • adj. Not renovated; not having undergone renovation

Etymologies

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un- +‎ renovated

Examples

  • There are few such unrenovated pedigreed apartments left in New York.

    No Dime-Store Price for Kress Home

  • Stark, unrenovated walls and exposed supporting beams create a sense of the company's cold efficiency.

    Memorial examines role of Auschwitz oven builders

  • Apartments in the Claridge Houses may range from around $175,000 for an unrenovated one-bedroom to more than $1 million for a three-bedroom, three-bath penthouse duplex, says Barbara Amato , the owner and a broker with Claridge Realty, which specializes in high-rise sales.

    Verona's Small-Town Roots Prove a Draw

  • In "Beachcombers," Ms. Thayer's latest book, three homegrown sisters who live in a rambling, unrenovated home on Nantucket are juxtaposed with a cutthroat female lawyer who commutes to New York and whose summer residence is a gutted historic house, the interior redone "to glossy perfection in Nantucket-style, everything blue and white."

    Living History in Nantucket

  • J.S. West keeps only six hens in the traditional cages of its unrenovated barns, but they still trample and slap each other when moving around.

    Cracking California's Egg Rules

  • The "un-air-conditioned and unrenovated unit" had been vacant for several months, the defense statement claims.

    The Rangel Dispensation

  • As she entered his office with its glass walls looking out on Central Park below, a view that had been the gift of very wealthy benefactors whose relatives died in the old, unrenovated concrete dungeon, she found Somerville behind his desk.

    One Flight Up

  • Last Tuesday, Mr. Kiam, the son of the late Remington razor mogul, cut the price of his unrenovated 630 Park Avenue penthouse in half, from $17 million to $8.5 million.

    Mighty Bargains

  • This unrenovated home on Paseo de Montejo is for sale -- a wonderful opportunity to live in a historic mansion.

    This unrenovated home on Paseo de Montejo is for sale -- a wonderful opportunity to live in a historic mansion. © John McClelland, 2007

  • Prices for unrenovated apartments could drop to $1,350 a square foot, Mr. Lorber said.

    Hotel Sears Tower?

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