un ornamented

ornamented

[awr-nuh-men-tid, -muhn-]
adjective Typography.
(of a character) highly embellished or ornate; altered by embellishment.

Origin:
1730–40; ornament + -ed2

unornamented, adjective
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ornament
early 13c., "an accessory," from O.Fr. ornement, from L. ornamentum "equipment, trappings, embellishment," from ornare "equip, adorn" (see ornate). Meaning "decoration, embellishment" is attested from late 14c. The verb is first recorded 1720, from the noun.
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