Antonyms for unfurnished

Grammar : Adj
Spell : fur-nish
Phonetic Transcription : ˈfɜr nɪʃ

Definition of unfurnished

Origin :
  • 1540s, "not equipped, unprepared," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of furnish. In reference to houses, apartments, etc., "not provided with furniture," it is recorded from 1580s.
  • As in bare : adj without covering or content
  • As in empty : adj containing nothing
Example sentences :
  • There were two or three unfurnished rooms on the second floor.
  • Extract from : « K » by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Most of the rooms were unfurnished, but none the less Holmes inspected them all minutely.
  • Extract from : « The Return of Sherlock Holmes » by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The house was not empty, in the sense that it was unfurnished.
  • Extract from : « Jack O' Judgment » by Edgar Wallace
  • He had indeed a house, but it was unfurnished, so that he could not take me in.
  • Extract from : « True to His Home » by Hezekiah Butterworth
  • With the exception of the tarpaulins, the seats, and the tiller, the boat was unfurnished.
  • Extract from : « The Iron Pirate » by Max Pemberton
  • Here there were only two rooms, one for Buskin, the maid-servant, and the other unfurnished.
  • Extract from : « Susan » by Amy Walton
  • The house in Verdolay had five large rooms, stone-floored, and was unfurnished.
  • Extract from : « Poor Folk in Spain » by Jan Gordon
  • Now 102 was let out in lodgings, some furnished, some unfurnished.
  • Extract from : « The Socialist » by Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  • The room was wide and unfurnished, with a fire blazing on the hearth.
  • Extract from : « Sir Quixote of the Moors » by John Buchan
  • I could get an unfurnished room, if I'd the money to furnish it.
  • Extract from : « The Social Significance of the Modern Drama » by Emma Goldman

Synonyms for unfurnished

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