hands down

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Synonyms for hands down

with no difficulty


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He should stand in the next election as the sensible candidate, he will win hands down, for that''s how our councillors should have voted for this proposal, (hands down).
The Hands Down workbook is presented as a self-help guide for spousal abusers to deal with the effects of their abusive behavior.
I am still in contact with a lot of the ex-miners and, although we realise the NUM is doing its utmost for us, we seem to win the case hands down every time yet UK Coal appears to be holding out and holding out.
Under the bizarre plan, young people would sit on a panel which hands down sentences to teenage thieves and vandals.
In the court of public opinion, she won hands down, attracting widespread support over a police department that seemed more interested in enforcing the rules than in protecting public safety.