easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty.
“a simple solution”
synonyms: straightforward, easy, uncomplicated, uninvolved, effortless, painless, undemanding, elementary, child’s play;
antonyms: difficult, hard, complicated, complex, plain, basic, or uncomplicated in form, nature, or design; without much decoration or ornamentation.
“a simple white blouse”
synonyms: plain, unadorned, undecorated, unembellished, unornamented, unelaborate, basic, unsophisticated, no-frills; used to emphasize the fundamental and straightforward nature of something.
“the simple truth”
synonyms: candid, frank, honest, sincere, plain, absolute, unqualified, bald, stark, unadorned, unvarnished, unembellished
absorbed in or involving thought.
“brows drawn together in thoughtful consideration”
synonyms: pensive, reflective, contemplative, musing, meditative, introspective, philosophical, ruminative, absorbed, engrossed, rapt, preoccupied, lost in thought, deep in thought, in a brown study, brooding; formalcogitative
“a thoughtful expression”
showing consideration for the needs of other people.
“he was attentive and thoughtful”
synonyms: considerate, caring, attentive, understanding, sympathetic, solicitous, concerned, helpful, obliging, neighborly, unselfish, kind, compassionate, charitable
“how very thoughtful of you!”
showing careful consideration or attention.
“her work is thoughtful and provocative”
a group of people or things having similar characteristics.
synonyms: sort, type, variety, style, form, class, category, genre; More
synonyms: character, nature, essence, quality, disposition, makeup;
plural noun: gestures
a movement of part of the body, especially a hand or the head, to express an idea or meaning.
“Alex made a gesture of apology”
synonyms: signal, sign, motion, indication, gesticulation; show
“a gesture of surrender”
an action performed to convey one’s feelings or intentions.
“Maggie was touched by the kind gesture”
synonyms: action, act, deed, move
“a symbolic gesture”
an action performed for show in the knowledge that it will have no effect.
“I hope the amendment will not be just a gesture”
THANK YOU: exclamation
a polite expression used when acknowledging a gift, service, or compliment, or accepting or refusing an offer.
“thank you for your letter”
noun: thank you; plural noun: thank yous; modifier noun: thank-you; noun: thankyou; plural noun: thank you’s
an instance or means of expressing thanks.
“Lucy planned a party as a thank you to the nurses”
… are these lost ‘arts’?