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Synonyms for easy

Synonyms for easy

posing no difficulty

requiring little effort or exertion

marked by facility, especially of expression

affording pleasurable ease

enjoying steady good fortune or financial security

easily imposed on or tricked

not steep or abrupt

marked by an absence of conventional restraint in sexual behavior; sexually unrestrained

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posing no difficulty

not hurried or forced

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free from worry or anxiety

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affording pleasure

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having little impact

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readily exploited or tricked

in fortunate circumstances financially

marked by moderate steepness

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affording comfort

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casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior

less in demand and therefore readily obtainable

obtained with little effort or sacrifice, often obtained illegally

with ease ('easy' is sometimes used informally for 'easily')

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without speed ('slow' is sometimes used informally for 'slowly')

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in a relaxed manner

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The unique and patented Balance Safety System (BSS) increases the stability of the Lex EASyS by maintaining the ideal center of gravity during the tilt-in-space and recline motions.
All of the adjustments on the Lex EASyS have infinite increments within the range and are accessed using large handled knobs on the base, without the need for additional tools.
The Lex EASyS seating system comes in a Size 1, for children aged 6 months to 5 years, and Size 2, for the 5 to 12-year age range.
But Moseley sent Rod Martin over in the first minute of injury time and Smart made a difficult kick look easys.
To achieve the twin objectives of reducing government cost of borrowing on domestic debt and encouraging private sector credit expansion, SBP has been pursuing a relatively easy monetary policy.