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Adjective
Not requiring much effort
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“For Sheldon Cooper, adhering to social constructs was not simple.”
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Easy to understand
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“This manual is so simple, even a child could understand it.”
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Marked by having a basic or uncomplicated form
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“On the red carpet, she presented herself in a simple yet elegant white frock.”
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(attributive) Emphasizing the fundamental nature of something
“In order to understand why you are suffering from a codeine addiction, we need to understand addiction in its most simple form.”
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In a categorical, plain or absolute form
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“Captain Smith had revealed to Colonel Jones in frank and simple terms his intentions of resigning from the Army in the near future.”
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Denotes a humble and unpretentious attitude towards life
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“The simple folk in the countryside are some of the nicest people you'll come across in your travels.”
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Bearing the characteristics of a simpleton, or someone who is uneducated
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“Are you deliberately trying to appear simple in order to not attract attention to yourself?”
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Denotes a composition of a single element
“He wondered how his skin could be so exquisitely sensitive to simple chemical substances.”
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Requiring or involving very little or no effort
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Factual, not having been embellished
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Plain or lacking in interesting features or characteristics
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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Designed to suit the general public rather than specialists or intellectuals
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Humble in position or status
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Crudely constructed, without regard for refinement
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Not having a sound state of mind
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Rather direct or abrupt in speech or manner
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Lacking depth or substance, especially intellectually
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In, relating to, or characteristic of the countryside rather than the town
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Resembling or suggestive of monks or their way of life, especially in being austere, solitary, or celibate
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Muddled in thought or mind
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Cleverly simple and clear
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(of food or a meal) Small in quantity and easy to digest
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Univalent or monovalent
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Not mixed or adulterated with any other substance or material
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(of a mixture or effect) Delicately complex and understated
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At the core or in its most fundamental nature
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Simple and somewhat glib or unconvincing
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Completely clean and pure
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Not able or likely to cause harm
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Characterized by giving love and affection
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Having been simplified to the point where important information is not conveyed
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Monaural (compare stereophonic)
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In a pure or natural state, untainted by impurities
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Serving as an introduction
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Being, or existing as, something in name only
Interjection
Easy
Noun
A person who lacks intelligence
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