Definition of uncomplicated in English:

uncomplicated

Line breaks: un|com¦pli|cated
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkɒmplɪkeɪtɪd
 
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adjective

Derivatives

uncomplicatedly

adverb
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  • Peel was loved for his passionate and eclectic musical tastes, but just as much for the sense he radiated of being an uncomplicatedly and utterly decent human being.
  • Except, perhaps, that rumour suggested Du Maurier had lesbian tendencies, and Gale is uncomplicatedly and richly gay.
  • In her concentration she had not noticed that they were both still lying uncomplicatedly in the same position they'd started in six hours before.

uncomplicatedness

noun
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  • In many ways it perfectly represents the simple lines and uncomplicatedness of Toronto's subway system.
  • Their personal simplicity and uncomplicatedness meshes well with the more assertive qualities of the Seven.
  • There is a nice symmetry of arm and dress that adds uncomplicatedness to the scene.

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