uncomplex

[ adjective, verb kuhm-pleks, kom-pleks; noun kom-pleks ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncomplex
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For it is simple and uncomplex to take the colour of new scenes and faces, and of new proffered love when the old is far away.

Proudly the pilot showed Dirrul the controls, as functional and as uncomplex as the cool clean lines of the ship herself.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, "composed of parts," from French complexe "complicated, complex, intricate" (17c.), from Latin complexus "surrounding, encompassing," past participle of complecti "to encircle, embrace," in transferred use, "to hold fast, master, comprehend," from com- "with" (see com-) + plectere "to weave, braid, twine, entwine," from PIE *plek-to-, from root *plek- "to plait" (see ply (v.1)). The meaning "not easily analyzed" is first recorded 1715. Complex sentence is attested from 1881.

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