divestment (part of speech: noun)
succinctness (part of speech: noun)
clearness, candidness, informality, frankness, matter-of-factness, intelligibility, straightforwardness, ordinariness, casualness, folksiness, outspokenness, unpretentiousness, bluntness, honesty, starkness
simplicity (part of speech: noun)
- They never weary of apologizing to our southern neighbours for what they term the baldness of our Presbyterian ritual, or in complaining of it to ourselves. - "Leading Articles on Various Subjects", Hugh Miller.
- Isn't it he whom I remember as a monstrous Micawber, the coarse parody of a charming creation, with the entire baldness of a huge Easter egg and collar- points like the sails of Mediterranean feluccas? - "A Small Boy and Others", Henry James.
- Among the visitors were Alice, Countess of Tynemouth, also the Slavonian ambassador, whose extremely pale face, stooping shoulders, and bald head with the hair carefully brushed over from each side in a vain attempt to cover the baldness, made him seem older than he really was. - "The Judgment House", Gilbert Parker.