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- n. The state or condition of being uncomplicated.
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A kind of purist-resistant uncomplicatedness that lends itself to adaptation in other media (though I know purists of every stripe are not to be underestimated)
And I love dark chocolate and crave it too, but sometimes the pure uncomplicatedness of a Snickers bar is awfully nice too.
If not, then why mention the ‘uncomplicatedness’ of the D&C.
As you remember, Harry was very fond of Independence, Missouri and was rather much the same in his thinking and his uncomplicatedness.
And perhaps I oughtn’t to admit it, but I have grown to love the uncomplicatedness of it all.