I loved the simplicity of it, I loved the autonomy of it, and I loved the language of abbreviations that instant messaging has.
“I am impressed not only by the simplicity of the furniture, but also by the objects in the room,” Spadaro writes.
The value of the rapid diagnostic test lies in its simplicity.
The most profound truths are often the simplest ones, and Wallace was a genius at revealing the simplicity of profundity.
The deliberately un-Sarkozy new president has promised to lead with simplicity, to be open and close to the people.
"I must speak to Isy about it," answered James with simplicity.
This simplicity will arise from sensibility, from being actuated by feelings.
Presently he was speaking with a simplicity and openness that he had not yet used with Katherine.
We will suppose the axis of the sun to be vertical for the sake of simplicity.
He thought in his simplicity that there was some truth in the statement.
late 14c., "singleness of nature, unity, indivisibility; immutability," from Old French simplicite (12c., Modern French simplicité), from Latin simplicitatem (nominative simplicitas) "state of being simple, frankness, openness, artlessness, candor, directness," from simplex (genitive simplicis) "simple" (see simplex). Sense of "ignorance" is from c.1400; that of "simplicity of expression, plainness of style" is early 15c.
Middle English also had simplesse, from French, attested in English from mid-14c. in sense "humility, lack of pride," late 14c. as "wholeness, unity;" c.1400 as "ignorance."