Single; not complex; not infolded or entangled; uncombined; not compounded; not blended with something else; not complicated; as, a simple substance; a simple idea; a simple sound; a simple machine; a simple problem; simple tasks.
Plain; unadorned; as, simple dress.
Not luxurious; without much variety; plain; as, a simple diet; a simple way of living.
Without subdivisions; entire; as, a simple stem; a simple leaf.
Consisting of a single individual or zooid; as, a simple ascidian; -- opposed to compound.
Something not mixed or compounded.
not divided into leaflets ( q.v.)
without branches or subdivisions.
usually refers to a leaf that is not compound or an inflorescence that is not branched
With leaf not divided into leaflets.
Not divided into secondary units.
neither branched nor otherwise compound
Not compound (leaves) or branched (stems, flower clusters).
One piece, not compounded (leaves) or branched (stem, flower clusters)
(botany) of leaf shapes; of leaves having no divisions or subdivisions
usually of a leaf: not compound, not divided into leaflets.
of the inflorescence, when it is unbranched
leaves with a continuous lamina (opp. of compound)
(adj.) Describes a leaf that has a single part, without subdivision into leaflets.
of one piece; not compound, used to describe a fruit derived from a single ovary, a leaf with a single blade, etc.
Simple, plain, unmixed. Also, a single scoop of ice cream.
A fracture along a single line which does not penetrate the skin.
single Booking a room
Said of a leaf when not compound, or of an inflorescence when unbranched.
A leaf with a single blade, undivided, unbranched, not compound.
undivided; of a leaf, not divided into leaflets; of a hair or an inflorescence, not branched.
a single leaf blade with a bud at the base of the leafstem.
composed of only a single blade, though sometimes lobed
(SIHM-pehl) Pertaining to a single-layered arangement of epithelial cells.
Not compounded ( leaves) or branched ( stems, flower clusters).
A type of leaf which is comprised of only one part and not completely divided into separate segments. Compare "compound".
not compound; single; undivided; unbranched.
not divided, applied to a leaf that is not divided into leaflets.
Leaves: A single leaf-structure forms one leaf.
In one move, as in an attack or riposte involving a single move.
Unbranched or undivided; in leaves refers to condition in which leaves are not divided into leaflets.
an epithelial tissue consisting of a single row of cells.
A leaf lacking any subdivisions (leaflets). The opposite of compound.
type of leaf with 1 blade (instead of several blade segments, leaflets, as in compound leaf type)
A single, one-part leaf that is not composed of leaflets.
a leaf with a single blade, not compound or composed leaflets.
Referring to leaf characteristics, a simple leaf has margins (outer edges) that are void of any serrations, or lobes.
(leaf). A single leaf composed of a single blade. Not compound. (See also Leaf parts.)
Descriptive of an action made in a single move or count.
Single or unbranched.
A grammatical feature which is made up of a single word
single unique user