simplicite

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Borrowed from Old French simplicite, borrowed itself from Latin simplicitās, simplicitātem.

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simplicite (uncountable)

  1. The nature of being made of one part or being simplex.
  2. (rare) Unmixedness, pureness.
  3. (rare) humbleness, mildness
  4. (rare) stupidity, dumbness, unlearnedness
  5. (rare) simplicity, perfunctoriness

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