intelligibility (part of speech: noun)
tastelessness (part of speech: noun)
prose (part of speech: noun)
narrative, anecdote, chronicle, account, epic, plot, legend, retelling, fiction, myth, reminiscence, novella, reading matter, prosaicness, romance, episode, tale, recount, storyline, saga, parable, story, prose, short story, fable, serial, novel, allegory, yarn, scenario
simplicity (part of speech: noun)
ugliness (part of speech: noun)
artlessness (part of speech: noun)
honesty, unsophistication, sincerity, naturalness, un-artificiality, candor, artlessness, openness, directness, bluntness, plain-spokenness, callowness, frankness, broadness, trust, unaffectedness, unartfulness, candidness, straightforwardness, naivete, genuineness
humility (part of speech: noun)
visibility (part of speech: noun)
- There certainly can be no doubt that its force is amazingly assisted by its plainness and simplicity of language. - "The History of "Punch"", M. H. Spielmann.
- His smile not only broke up the plainness of his face, but seemed to chase away a serious shadow, allowing his kindly, gentle spirit to shine through. - "The Spirit of the Border A Romance of the Early Settlers in the Ohio Valley", Zane Grey.
- It is of an evening, however, when concealment is no longer possible, that the native taste bursts forth, the Anglo- Saxon standing declared in all her plainness. - "Worldly Ways and Byways", Eliot Gregory.