unpainted

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj unpainted not having a coat of paint or badly in need of a fresh coat "an unpainted house","unpainted furniture"
    • adj unpainted not having makeup on "her sweet unpainted face"
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Usage

In literature:

Mrs. Jim Sloane's house was a long, unpainted cottage quite near the road.
"Pembroke" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
When she was with her husband, her now unpainted face was serene.
"Bella Donna" by Robert Hichens
The unpainted board bath-house had seats running along the walls, and steps leading down into the water.
"Russian Rambles" by Isabel F. Hapgood
The entire hull of the vessel, excepting the double-bowed superstructure, was left unpainted, and it shone like a polished mirror.
"The Log of the Flying Fish" by Harry Collingwood
The bare, unpainted little church had just been lighted when they arrived, and a strong smell of coal-oil and smoking wicks greeted them.
"The Little Colonel: Maid of Honor" by Annie Fellows Johnston
The light led him at last to an unpainted, one-room shanty in the woods by the railroad track, a telegraph station.
"Before the Dawn" by Joseph Alexander Altsheler
They are chiefly of unpainted wood; even the outsides are formed of sliding panels.
"In the Eastern Seas" by W.H.G. Kingston
A little of the woodwork yet unpainted showed that it was not a solid structure of stone.
"Fred Markham in Russia" by W. H. G. Kingston
The floor was of unpainted fir boards.
"The Young Fur Traders" by R.M. Ballantyne
An unpainted barn advertises the unthrift of the owner, and the roof is always leaky.
"Blacksheep! Blacksheep!" by Meredith Nicholson
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In poetry:

Unwritten books, unpainted pictures
In millions are, beneath the sun.
We die, with our great thoughts unpublished,
We die with our best work undone.
"Unwritten Books" by Henry Lawson

In news:

At S Cemetery in Umlazi Township, Innocent Gasa's handiwork is everywhere: endless mounds of fresh red earth topped with headstones, unpainted wooden crosses, or, for the most miserable, bricks bearing a painted identifying number.
As Mission Revival is to Santa Barbara, and Pueblo Style is to Santa Fe, in the early decades of the 20th century, unpainted wood shingles were identified with Berkeley.
Unpainted Horsepen Road worries some Henrico drivers.
"Here it is on the map – The Unpainted Desert".
From Jul/Aug 09 Unpainted -july-august-09.
Owners of a 295-foot communications tower that has stood unpainted and unlighted for 10 years are in trouble with the Federal Communications Commission.
Anyone who's cursed the gods as their quarry has run through the field unpainted despite firing a barrage of paintballs knows that many paintball guns just aren't very accurate.
Over the years they morphed into flat, unpainted stakes and then into decorative white pickets , leaving only the question of how to avoid repainting them.
Products Finishing, David S. How can we clean the rust off of unpainted cold- rolled steel parts slated for electrocoating that underwent an atmospheric corrosion attack from an accidental release of muriatic acid vapors in our plant.
Tommy Bullen poses with unpainted trophies for the 8th Annual Bloomin' BBQ & Bluegrass.
Shintoism also stresses connections to nature, so shrines are dominated by unpainted wood.
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In science:

For every (s, z ) ∈ ∂ Jl and every irreducible component ∆z of Dz corresponding to a painted (resp. unpainted) metric subtree of (s, z ), the restriction of J H to ∆z coincides with the restriction of J ˜L (resp. J ˜L(cid:48) ) to ∆z .
Open strings, Lagrangian conductors and Floer functor
Conditionally given B1 , the first unpainted ball is painted a second color, and so is each subsequent unpainted ball according to a sequence of independent trials with probability W2 of painting with color 2.
Characterizations of exchangeable partitions and random discrete distributions by deletion properties
Let S be an (unpainted) finite set of labels.
Moduli stacks $\bar{L}_{g,S}$
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