pared-down

pared-down

adj
with no unnecessary features; reduced to a very simple form
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His warm earthiness is his trademark, and his pared-down, poignant compositions have made him one of Israel's most sought-after new voices in contemporary dance.
With pared-down make-up and windswept hair, she certainly looked in great Nic...
Last summer, Canfield and fiance Philip Sterling reopened the nearly 60-year-old motel after six months of DIY renovation, adding a modern, pared-down feel to traditional Southwest hues and textures.
Brumann's works are triggered by the qualities of his jewelry: exquisite, restrained, minimalist, pared-down and reservedly elegant, with nothing superfluous.
This quest for pared-down design includes the process of dematerialising the timepiece; a process illustrated by the elimination of traditional hands and by the curved dial.
The pared-down instrument is barely audible when played live, but when plugged into a pair of headphones (or other line-out), it sounds like a full-bodied acoustic guitar.
The celebrity chef will present Simply Nigella on BBC 2, which will see her show off "a new pared-down approach to cooking and eating".
A pared-down version of the dish is available in a PS152 taster menu during this week's Potato Week.
7, prompting the House to accept the pared-down Senate version of the legislation.
<![CDATA[ Knesset passes pared-down version of the civil marriage bill, enabling those of ano religiona to join together in something akin to marriage.
"When we got home, out Dad would thrash us to sleep with his belt!" And it's on the back of that hard-living life story - not to mention some fantastic, pared-down, blues rock stompers - that 60-something Californian Steve Wold has carved out an enviable late-life career as rock's favourite dungaree-wearing hobo.
Inmates are allotted one hour at a time to use the laptops, which operate on a pared-down version of Windows and can run only Westlaw, a legal research service application.