Here I could live in a way I could never afford to at home, from uncluttered surroundings to uncomplicated relationships.
It reminds us that history rarely gives us uncomplicated heroes or black-and-white moral choices.
They remind us what uncomplicated strength of character looks like.
Though this term literally means “playing the trumpet,” colloquially it refers to uncomplicated sex.
What is essential in any scenario is to understand how uncomplicated the requirements of a peaceful solution of this conflict are.
But you must remember that the system on this planet is anything but uncomplicated.
To his uncomplicated nature the affair was still one of tit for tat.
The disease itself, so long as it remains an uncomplicated influenza, is not of much importance or severity.
As uncomplicated injuries, these wounds were little to be feared.
Nor was the Rev. Athelstan quite clear that the case was uncomplicated; the brain might be unsound at the best of times.
1640s, "tangled," from past participle adjective from complicate. Figurative meaning "not easy to solve, intricate, confused, difficult to unravel" is from 1650s.
1620s, "to intertwine" (as a past participle adjective, early 15c.), from Latin complicatus "folded together; confused, intricate," past participle of complicare (see complication). Meaning "to make more complex" is recorded from 1832, from earlier sense "to combine in a complex way" (17c.). Related: Complicated; complicating.