simplistic : Common Errors in English

About simplistic

“Simplistic” means “overly simple,” and is always used negatively. Don’t substitute it when you just mean to say “simple” or even “very simple.”

simplistic Meaning(s)

  • (s) characterized by extreme and often misleading simplicity

simplistic in News

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    (Photos by Getty) By now we're sure you're well aware of the wrapped-base ponytail. Around these parts at StyleBistro HQ, we're kiiind of obsessed with its simplistic ability to transform even the sloppiest of ponies (read: our everyday roll-out-of-bed go-to) into something instantly polished and put-together. (See here , here , and here .) But have you heard of the wrapped pony's half-sister ...
    on June 12, 2013 Source: StyleBistro

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