unfurnished


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un·fur·nished

 (ŭn-fûr′nĭsht)
adj.
Having no furniture, especially when available to be rented.

unfurnished

(ʌnˈfɜːnɪʃt)
adj
(of a room, property, etc) not having any furniture
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unfurnished - not equipped with what is needed especially furniture; "an unfurnished apartment"
furnished, equipped - provided with whatever is necessary for a purpose (as furniture or equipment or authority); "a furnished apartment"; "a completely furnished toolbox"
Translations

unfurnished

[ˈʌnˈfɜːnɪʃt] ADJsin amueblar

unfurnished

[ˌʌnˈfɜːrnɪʃt] adjnon meublé(e)

unfurnished

adjunmöbliert

unfurnished

[ʌnˈfɜːnɪʃt] adjnon ammobiliato/a
References in classic literature ?
The heavers forward now resume their song, and while the one tackle is peeling and hoisting a second strip from the whale, the other is slowly slackened away, and down goes the first strip through the main hatchway right beneath, into an unfurnished parlor called the blubber-room.
Ferndean then remained uninhabited and unfurnished, with the exception of some two or three rooms fitted up for the accommodation of the squire when he went there in the season to shoot.
Salem House was a square brick building with wings; of a bare and unfurnished appearance.
One end of the apartment was unfurnished, except by the gymnastic apparatus, a photographer's camera, a ladder in the corner, and a common deal table with oil cans and paint pots upon it.
They were quaint and sympathetic, those two homely basins, unfurnished and silent, with no aggressive display of cranes, no apparatus of hurry and work on their narrow shores.
Hunsden no doubt regarded me as a rash, imprudent man, thus to show my poor little grisette sweetheart, in her poor little unfurnished grenier; but he prepared to act the real gentleman, having, in fact, the kernel of that character, under the harsh husk it pleased him to wear by way of mental mackintosh.
Not a tree nor a shrub was nigh it; but the house, externally, exhibited that cheer less, unfurnished aspect which is so common to the hastily erected dwellings of a new country.
Now, all these rooms are unfurnished and unoccupied so that his expedition became more mysterious than ever.
A voice within bade us enter, and we entered a bare, unfurnished room such as Hall Pycroft had described.
The room in question was of a commodious, well-proportioned size, and handsomely fitted up as a dining-parlour; and on their quitting it to walk round the grounds, she was shown, first into a smaller apartment, belonging peculiarly to the master of the house, and made unusually tidy on the occasion; and afterwards into what was to be the drawing-room, with the appearance of which, though unfurnished, Catherine was delighted enough even to satisfy the general.
He determined to take unfurnished rooms: it would be pleasant and cheaper; and this was an urgent consideration, for during the last year and a half he had spent nearly seven hundred pounds.
Most of the rooms were unfurnished, but none the less Holmes inspected them all minutely.