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simplex icis, adj. with comp.

PARC-, simple, single, plain, uncompounded, unmixed : natura animantis: genus inperi: (comoedia) Duplex quae ex argumento factast simplici, T.: simplex est manere, illud (in Hispaniam ire) anceps, free from risk : necessitudines, absolute : simplici ordine intrare urbem, i. e. one by one , L.: ne simplici quidem genere mortis contenti, i. e. without torture , L.: Nec via mortis erat simplex, i. e. they met death in various ways , V.: volnus, O.: esca, H.: aqua, O.: plus vice simplici, more than once , H.: ornatus simplicium (verborum), single .—Fig., simple, without dissimulation, open, frank, straightforward, direct, guileless, artless, sincere, ingenuous : vir: homo: Nymphae, H.: puella, O.: simplex et fautrix suorum regio: animal Innocuum, simplex, O.: nihil simplex, nihil sincerum: cogitationes, Ta.: Simplicior quis, too straightforward , H.

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