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Use "ungarnished" in a sentence
"Young Dick learned death — not the ordered, decent death of civilization, wherein doctors and nurses and hypodermics ease the stricken one into the darkness, and ceremony and function and flowers and undertaking institutions conspire to give a happy leave-taking and send-off to the departing shade, but sudden death, primitive death, ugly and ungarnished, like the death of a steer in the shambles or a fat swine stuck in the jugular."
"I'm just eating some warm, ungarnished, biscuit pudding; and you're absolutely right, it is first-rate comfort food!"
"“How come the Baroness kept her money ungarnished through the Third Reich?”"