austere

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Grim or severe in manner or appearance

The headmistress was an austere old woman.

Lacking trivial decoration; not extravagant or gaudy

The interior of the church was as austere as the parishioners were dour.

severely simple; unadorned
{a} severe, rigid, harsh, four, rough, stern
Severe in modes of judging, or living, or acting; rigid; rigorous; stern; as, an austere man, look, life
practicing great self-denial; "Be systematically ascetic do something for no other reason than that you would rather not do it"- William James; "a desert nomad's austere life"; "a spartan diet"; "a spartan existence"
qualifies a wine that has got no bouquet yet
An austere economic policy is one which reduces people's living standards sharply. a set of very austere economic measures to control inflation
severely simple; "a stark interior"
Unadorned; unembellished; severely simple
A wine that seems to lack fruit and richness This is a type of harshness from too much tannins or acidity that sometimes softens with aging
Relatively hard, high-acid wines that lack depth and roundness Usually said of young whites
Characteristic of wines that are lean in body and high in acidity but overall on the pleasant side Usually white wines are likely to be austere in style
disapproval If you describe someone as austere, you disapprove of them because they are strict and serious. I found her a rather austere, distant, somewhat cold person
A flat, acidic wine
of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor; forbidding in aspect; "an austere expression"; "a stern face" severely simple; "a stark interior
of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor; forbidding in aspect; "an austere expression"; "a stern face"
Usually used in description of dry, relatively hard and acidic wines that seem to lack depth and roundness Such wines may soften a bit with age Term often applied to wines made from noble grape varieties grown in cool climates or harvested too early in the season
{s} strict; rigid; ascetic; modest
grim or severe in manner or appearance; stern; strict
An austere way of life is one that is simple and without luxuries. The life of the troops was still comparatively austere. = spartan
severely simple; "a stark interior
Used to describe relatively hard, high-acid wines that lack depth and roundness Usually said of young wines that need time to soften, or wines that lack richness and body
Sour and astringent; rough to the state; having acerbity; as, an austere crab apple; austere wine
approval If you describe something as austere, you approve of its plain and simple appearance. The church was austere and simple
Somewhat hard, with restrained fruit and character
Auster
The god of the south wind
Austere.
chaste
auster
The south wind
austerely
In an austere manner; severely; rigidly; sternly
austereness
The state of being austere; harshness or astringent sourness to the taste; acerbity
austerely
{a} severely, rigidly, harshly, sternly
austereness
{n} severity, strictness, roughness
Auster
the South Wind, especially when personified
austerely
Severely; rigidly; sternly
austerely
in an austere fashion; "the church was austerely simple"
austerely
in an austere fashion; "the church was austerely simple
austerely
ascetically, modestly
austereness
{i} severeness; soberness, graveness; rigidness
austereness
The state of being austere; severity; strictness; austerity
austereness
Severity; strictness; austerity
austereness
Harshness or astringent sourness to the taste; acerbity
austereness
extreme plainness
austerer
comparative of austere
austerest
superlative of austere
austere