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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of simple.


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  • I don't blame her, and most simpled minded rubber stamps are obviously going to have a problem with what i'm saying, because it's pointing out the obvious.

    Republicans react to Palin news

  • They simpled stumbled onto a candidate with enough star power to unite their disparate elements.

    If there is an Obama landslide, how will the GOP retool?

  • It seemed pretty simpled and safe as long as you cut the heads and the tails.

    moonshine is a reflection | clusterflock

  • It is charitable to call his attacks "simpled-minded".

    The Whistleblower v. Rusty Dusty Rhodes

  • Lyons at the rate of 80 centimes per 100 dots; so that if we take tulle with dots counter-simpled 0.04 of an inch, which is the smallest quincunx used, and suppose that the tissue is 31 inches wide and that the daily maximum production is one yard, we find that 400 dots at 80 centimes per 100 = 3 francs and 20 centimes (about 63 cents), the cost of dotting per yard.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 303, October 22, 1881

  • He knows six languages, the laws, the customs and policies of several states, the names of all the constellations and most of the plants of his country, and yet, so sweeping is his imagination, so large the horizon in which he sees this little figure walking that “methinks I do not know so many as when I did but know a hundred, and had scarcely ever simpled further than Cheapside”.

    The Common Reader

  • I know most of the plants of my country, and of those about me, yet methinks I do not know so many as when I did but know a hundred, and had scarcely ever simpled further than Cheapside.

    Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend

  • I like the exhibition layout and custom casings for the devices such as WAYYNE and even the simpled wood frame on TIMECARD.


  • The simpled-minded "Simplicio" was made to look like the pope himself, and was mocked in the book for his skepticism about the Copernican system.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • So far he hasn't managed to start any illegal or immoral wars like his simpled minded predecessor.

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