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ADJ   austere | austerer / more austere | austerest / most austere
SYNO ascetic | ascetical | austere | ...
austere {adj} [severe in appearance]přísný
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Translation for 'austere' from English to Czech

austere {adj} [severe in appearance]
Usage Examples English
  • Wittgenstein himself found the house too austere, saying it had good manners, but no primordial life or health.
  • Furniture of the period was typically large and austere.
  • "Cisternino di città" is an austere neoclassical design which was approved in 1837 and completed in 1848.
  • Laws was austere and uncomfortable with speaking in public, but immensely energetic.
  • The shop facade is known for its simplicity and austere appearance, in stark contrast to other premium department stores.
  • Finlay's work has been seen as austere, but also at times witty, or even darkly whimsical.
  • Beautifully photographed by Giuseppe Rotunno, this austere, deeply felt masterwork has been acclaimed as one of Zurlini's greatest achievements.
  • Viewed as a period design ensemble, it is a handsome if austere complex.
  • The austere screenplay is based on a Roger Vailland novel.
  • Joe Leydon of "Variety" called the film an "austere and stripped-to-essentials indie".
  • Its general tone is dissonant and austere, but with strong character delineation in each variation.
  • They are austere and neoclassical, reminiscent of the Louis XVI style.
  • Cars were very simply cast, and rather austere. They had neither windows nor interiors, whether plastic or metal.
  • After living very gallantly as a young man, he later turned to the austere life of the Jansenists.
  • It is built in an austere postcolonial style, with a steeple, nave and chapel of souls.
  • The austere interior spaces include simple granite walls with ceilings and floors in wood.
  • The work has been described as austere, even severe, avoiding conventional lyricism.
  • They lived an austere life, and were joined by disciples. Their names appear in the "Martyrologium Romanum".
  • The buildings have an austere beauty, a mixture of Hindu and Islamic styles.
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