ill-furnished

See: devoid
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A mild, or what artists term a cool light, with its consequent warm shadows, will do wonders for even an ill-furnished apartment.
These reminiscences and associations, together with the tendency to heartbreak natural to a young man for the first time out of his native sphere, caused Giovanni to sigh heavily as he looked around the desolate and ill-furnished apartment.
Into an ill-furnished 1940s room comes Stagg, the expert weather man whose task is to tell General Eisenhower when he should unleash ships, planes, troops.
Wolfe felt at home in his messy, ill-furnished apartments there.