Simply is used with these verbs: ↑abandon, ↑adore, ↑answer, ↑assert, ↑call, ↑check, ↑confirm, ↑consist, ↑declare, ↑decorate, ↑define, ↑deny, ↑describe, ↑disagree, ↑disappear, ↑discard, ↑dislike, ↑dismiss, ↑dress, ↑dump, ↑duplicate, ↑echo, ↑enjoy, ↑ensure, ↑entail, ↑equate, ↑evade, ↑explain, ↑express, ↑hand, ↑highlight, ↑ignore, ↑illustrate, ↑imagine, ↑imply, ↑impose, ↑inform, ↑lack, ↑laugh, ↑love, ↑need, ↑nod, ↑observe, ↑perpetuate, ↑prefer, ↑pretend, ↑push, ↑put, ↑reflect, ↑refuse, ↑reinforce, ↑relax, ↑rely, ↑remind, ↑repeat, ↑replace, ↑reply, ↑reproduce, ↑request, ↑respond, ↑reverse, ↑say, ↑serve, ↑shake, ↑shift, ↑shrug, ↑sit, ↑slot, ↑smile, ↑snap, ↑stare, ↑state, ↑stick, ↑switch, ↑tick, ↑transfer, ↑underline, ↑vanish, ↑wander, ↑want, ↑waste, ↑watch, ↑wave, ↑wipe, ↑wish, ↑wither

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