“not relatively; in the full sense of the word,” a Latin adverb (from stem of simplex “simple;” see) meaning, in classical Latin, “simply, plainly, directly, straightforwardly.”
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper Examples from the Web for simpliciter Historical Examples of simpliciter
Therefore a grant by an expectant heir, simpliciter, is void.
For “grave—big” read “where Gallic hopes fell flat,” and for “wig” “hat” simpliciter, and the thing is done.
Else it sounds onely infinitus quoad nos but simpliciter finitus.
Yet the trial was not carried on “simpliciter et de plano” according to the forms of the Inquisition.
Henry Charles Lea