OTHER WORDS FROM oversimplifyo·ver·sim·pli·fi·ca·tion, noun
How to use oversimplify in a sentence
He questioned data showing racial disparities in policing, saying such calculations are oversimplified or lacking context.In Maryland’s largest suburb, an ambitious police overhaul faces roadblocks|Rebecca Tan, Dan Morse|February 4, 2021|Washington Post
We have seen oversimplified versions of facial recognition in pop culture in which a computer program spits out a definitive match, but that’s not the case in reality.Facial recognition still can’t prove someone’s identity|Stan Horaczek|January 8, 2021|Popular-Science
Many later studies showed this to be essentially correct, though oversimplified for nonhumans.
While nofollow links had been extremely effective thus far, they were an oversimplified solution to a complex problem.
I think we oversimplify the problems to make them easy to understand, but they actually then end up not being very effective.
This was a gross oversimplification of a more complex reality.
This is a mind-bending level of conflation and oversimplification.
His oversimplification of the conflict demands that he delegitimize the views of those who dissent from his simplistic narrative.
These days, unfortunately, this oversimplification is all that seems to make it into the newspapers or on the airwaves.Syria’s Propaganda Cloud: How the West Is Falling for Misinformation|Riad al Khouri|June 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is an oversimplification, however, to say Bennington has no requirements.
This assumption was an oversimplification; all adult males did not reach breeding condition at the same time of year.
"That's a common oversimplification," she said, giving me a fake smile.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow