from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without tufts or projecting bunches, as of scales or hairs: specifically noting certain moths.

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  • adjective not tufted

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  • adjective not adorned with tufts


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un- +‎ tufted


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  • Leave behind you Fysher's, where the smirking monsieur fills the red upholstery with big-spending American hinds by warbling into their liquored bodies cocoa butter ballades of love and passion, and come over to the untufted Maillol's.

    Europe After 8:15 George Jean Nathan 1920

  • Any one who has ever struggled with his temper and the slack-fitting shift of a tufted armchair will require no explanation as to what took place between me and my share of those untufted receptacles before I deposited its garment under my bed, and announced that burlap and tacks were luxurious enough for me.

    Russian Rambles Isabel Florence Hapgood 1889


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