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- adj. Not rugged
- adj. Not rugged, without a rug
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unrug.
She enumerated the many rooms that were in the house: those that were covered with carpets, the margins whereof had to be beeswaxed: those others, only partially covered with rugs, which had to be entirely waxed: the upper rooms were uncarpeted and unrugged, and had, therefore, to be scrubbed: the basement, consisting of two red-flagged kitchens and a scullery, had also to be scoured out.
Gradually along the bare, bleak stretches of unrugged floor little cold draughts of air came creeping exploringly to his feet.
He may hug his threadbare coat and gloat over his unrugged floor as the fitting circumstance of "plain living and high thinking."
Loc: Woking, Surrey my 23yr old Welsh Cob is out in this awful wind and rain unrugged with lots of hay and some natural shelter - he'll live!
Ellie had obviously been sweating like crazy out in the field today - she is unrugged, but her coat was white with dried salty sweat, so she had abviously got herself in a real tizz over something.