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simplism

noun sim·plism \ˈsim-ˌpli-zəm\

Definition of SIMPLISM

:  the act or an instance of oversimplifying; especially :  the reduction of a problem to a false simplicity by ignoring complicating factors

First Known Use of SIMPLISM

1849

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