Antonyms for simple:
Synonyms for simple:
in name only
childlike, innocent (adjective)
uncluttered, unspotted, unpolluted.
feeble-minded; not intelligent (adjective)
half-witted, brainless, shallow, uneducated, thick, backward, witless, gullible, foolish, dull, illiterate, soft, imbecile, ignorant, dense, credulous, unintelligent, slow, dumb, mindless, simple-minded, obtuse.
honorable, monolithic, undiluted, primal, essential, foundational, formative, prime, atomic, purebred, austere, aboriginal, angelic, stark, uncluttered, faultless, elementary, sinless, nascent, unalloyed, basal, Simon-pure, unmingled, innocent, immaculate, untainted, plain, undefiled, clear, bare, irreducible, elemental, fundamental, primary, white, decent, unadulterated, unblemished, untarnished, unsullied, stainless, indivisible, guiltless, spotless, blameless, pure, chaste, virtuous, basic, clean, unadorned.
outspoken, stark, unadorned, bald, uncluttered, unpretentious, direct, Plain-spoken, prosaic, folksy, unpoetical, ordinary, casual, honest, straightforward, candid, frank, informal, clear, intelligible, blunt.
uncluttered, natural (adjective)
undecorated, austere, unadulterated, homely, modest, unpretentious, absolute, pure, sheer, unalloyed, unqualified, unadorned, unmixed, mere, unostentatious, lowly, unmitigated, unaffected, humble, spartan, folksy, unornamented, rustic, classic, single, unembellished.
united, cohesive, undivided, congruent, homogeneous, monolithic, coherent, intact, integrated, uniform, pure, solid, fundamental, holistic, irreducible, entire, elemental, unified, congruous, single, complete, indivisible, integral, coincident, same, atomic.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
absolute, sheer, perfect.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
optical instrument (noun)
Usage examples for simple:
- It would be very simple. - "The Sword of Welleran and Other Stories", Lord Dunsany.
- " It is simple," was the reply. - "Astounding Stories of Super-Science April 1930", Various.
- She had thought it so simple to love and to be loved; she had never believed that a word would change him. - "Old Kensington", Miss Thackeray.