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Amish a Christian sect that separated from the Mennonites in the seventeenth century, the members of which advocate simple living and now live mostly in farming areas of the northeastern United States. [1/3 definitions]
anabolism the process in living organisms by which complex structures are synthesized from simple ones, as body tissues from food.
Arcadian simple and innocent; pastoral. [2/4 definitions]
artless simple and natural; not artificial. [1/3 definitions]
ascetic rigorously simple and disciplined; austere; self-denying. [1/3 definitions]
Attic (often l.c.) simple and restrained but elegant in style. [1/4 definitions]
austere having nothing more than what is strictly necessary; very simple or plain. [1/3 definitions]
bandeau a simple brassiere, with or without shoulder straps, that consists of a single band of fabric. [1/2 definitions]
betterment in law, an improvement beyond simple maintenance that increases the value of property. [1/2 definitions]
block letter a simple, hand-printed capital letter. [2 definitions]
breeze (informal) a simple or quickly accomplished task. [1/4 definitions]
cabin a small dwelling, usu. rough and simple in style and construction. [1/4 definitions]
café an informal restaurant, coffee shop, or barroom that usually specializes in simple meals, coffees, and desserts.
candid camera a small simple camera with a fast lens used to photograph unposed subjects or take informal pictures.
cantilena a simple lyrical passage in vocal or instrumental music.
chant in religious services, a prayer or reading from a holy book sung to a simple melody with many syllables on each pitch. [1/7 definitions]
chaste simple or refined in style; not ornate. [1/3 definitions]
cinch (informal) something simple or easy to do. [1/6 definitions]
clause in grammar, a sequence of words having a subject and a verb and forming one part of a compound or complex sentence, or all of a simple sentence. [1/2 definitions]
closed sentence in mathematics education, a simple mathematical equation or inequality in which all quantities are shown, such as 2 + 3 = 5.
complex having a complicated structure; not simple. [1/5 definitions]