simplicity

noun

  1. 1.the quality or condition of being easy to understand or do.”for the sake of simplicity, this chapter will concentrate upon one theory”synonymer:clarity, clearness, plainness, simpleness, intelligibility, comprehensibility, understandability, lucidity, lucidness, coherence, directness, straightforwardness, accessibility; informaluser-friendliness”the simplicity of the everyday language”
  2. 2.the quality or condition of being plain or uncomplicated in form or design.”the grandeur and simplicity of Roman architecture”synonymer:plainness, lack/absence of adornment, lack/absence of decoration, lack/absence of ornament/ornamentation, lack/absence of embellishment, unpretentiousness; starkness, austereness, austerity, spareness, severity; classic lines, clean lines, lack/absence of clutter, restraint, purity”the charm of the building lies in its simplicity”unpretentiousness, ordinariness, lack of sophistication, lack of affectation, naturalness, modesty, homeliness, wholesomeness, quietness;innocence, guilelessness, naivety, ingenuousness”the simplicity of their lifestyle”