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Use "unelaborate" in a sentence
"A cynic might find his unelaborate prescriptions almost reminiscent of Chauncey"
"Since those quaintly simple and emphatic statements which, under the name of Froissart's Chronicles, seem to perpetuate the instinctive notion of History, as an honest and earnest, but unadorned and unelaborate narrative of military and political facts, -- not only has there been a continual refinement of style and enlargement of scope and art, but a greater complexity and subdivision in the historian's labors."
"This at once had the elements of a lie and the unelaborate truth; he couldn't see how his curiosity applied to him, and yet he was intent on its solving."