Plain - definition, pronunciation, transcription
it is plain that he is no reactionary
in plain view
he is plain stubborn
...the first settlers in that area lived on the vast plains in lonely log cabins...
It was a plain room with no curtains.
She was wearing plain black shoes.
He printed the picture on plain paper.
You don't have to call me Mr. Johnson—just plain Fred will be fine.
What he said is a lie, plain and simple.
The facts are plain to see.
It's plain to everyone that she will never return.
It's perfectly plain that they will resist.
The plains of America are generally characterised by their gramineous covering or their vast forests.
I think that's plain stupid.
It was plain that Giles was not going to agree.
The advantages were plain to see.
You have made your feelings plain enough.
Let me make it plain (=state it clearly). We do not want you here.