Etymology
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simpleness (n.)

14c., "absence of pride," from simple (adj.) + -ness. From late 14c. as "absence of duplicity; ignorance; absence of complexity."

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Definitions of simpleness

simpleness (n.)
a lack of penetration or subtlety;
Synonyms: simplicity / simple mindedness
simpleness (n.)
the quality of being simple or uncompounded;
Synonyms: simplicity
simpleness (n.)
freedom from difficulty or hardship or effort;
Synonyms: ease / easiness / simplicity
simpleness (n.)
lack of ornamentation;
Synonyms: chasteness / restraint / simplicity
From wordnet.princeton.edu