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.
At the time, he's a bachelor with a factory job and an "ill-furnished apartment on the edge of Hartford's Italian ghetto," but he's a good man, principled.