Simply



adverb
1.
in a simple manner; clearly and easily.
2.
plainly; unaffectedly.
3.
sincerely; artlessly:
to speak simply as a child.
4.
merely; only:
It is simply a cold.
5.
unwisely; foolishly:
If you behave simply toward him, you’re bound to be betrayed.
6.
wholly; absolutely:
simply irresistible.
adverb
1.
in a simple manner
2.
merely; only
3.
absolutely; altogether; really: a simply wonderful holiday
4.
(sentence modifier) frankly; candidly

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