The classification of the children showed a close fitting to the expectation from a simplex simplex mating.
Simple, simplex: without process, armature, or appendage of any kind.
simplex stood by his side, so as to be at hand in case his friend was taken ill.
"simplex munditiis" is the phrase that might be applied to them.
As for the imprisoned butcher, he proposed to exchange him for the field-trumpeter, simplex.
You will remember that the day I was at simplex I took some sketches.
Ex quo intellegitur, quod verum, simplex sincerumque sit, id esse naturae hominis aptissimum.
But if simplex had not helped to shove on the sledge they would not have got so far as this.
simplex, likewise, drew his broadsword and wrapped his wolfskin round his left arm by way of a buckler.
"The pastor of Great Leta and his wife," simplex roared back.
"characterized by a single part," 1590s, from Latin simplex "single, simple, plain, unmixed, uncompounded," literally "onefold," from PIE root *sem- "one, together" (cf. Latin semper "always," literally "once for all;" Sanskrit sam "together;" see same) + *plac- "-fold," from PIE *plek- "to plait" (see ply (v.1.)). The noun is attested from 1892, "simple uncompounded word."