Simple, Simplex: without process, armature, or appendage of any kind.
In many cases the Anglo-Saxon name was a simplex instead of a compound.
"Simplex munditiis" is the phrase that might be applied to them.
Simplex munditiis is the phrase that might be applied to them.'
You will remember that the day I was at Simplex I took some sketches.
Simplex begged them to take his bundle with them, for he too wanted to get to Eperies.
But if Simplex had not helped to shove on the sledge they would not have got so far as this.
Simplex and the driver also took their places on the box-seat.
"The pastor of Great Leta and his wife," Simplex roared back.
Him, too, Simplex recognized by the hellebore he was munching.