plain

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Homophones[change]

Adjective[change]

Positive
plain

Comparative
plainer

Superlative
plainest

  1. If something is plain, it is clear and easy to see or understand.
    The plain and simple truth was that it was John's fault.
  2. If something is plain, it is simple and undecorated.
    This dress is too plain. There is nothing interesting about it at all.
  3. If someone or something is plain, they are not beautiful or pretty.

Synonyms[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
plain

Plural
plains

A plain.
  1. A place with flat ground, often covered in grass.
    Many animals live on the plains of Africa.