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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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unfurnishedun‧fur‧nished /ʌnˈfɜːnɪʃt $ -ɜːr-/ adjective  DHan unfurnished room, house etc has no furniture in it
Examples from the Corpus
unfurnishedThe decision may be challenged on the ground that the building in question was unfurnished.The quintas were let for the season, either furnished or unfurnished.He even gave budgets for the plans showing the total costs of the proposed houses, furnished or unfurnished and with gardens.She has two children aged four and two years, and lives in a privately rented unfurnished flat.Down, down, down Route 77, and this gradually becomes an unfurnished planet.A third of local authority dwellings lack any central heating, as does 64% of unfurnished privately rented accommodation.The room was bare and filthy, an unfurnished twin to theirs.
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