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simpliciter adv. with comp. and sup.

simplex, simply, plainly, without complication, straightforwardly, naturally, directly : (verborum) ratio simpliciter videnda est (opp. coniuncte), i. e. of themselves : loqui: frondes Simpliciter positae, O.: simplicius et antiquius permutatione mercium uti, Ta.: simplicissime loqui, Ta.: simpliciter ad amicitiam petendam venire, for nothing else than , L.: quidam ludere eum simpliciter aiebant, merely , L.Plainly, openly, frankly, artlessly, ingenuously, candidly : simpliciter et candide, Enn. ap. C.: scribere, Cu.: simplicius agere, Ta.

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