pushover


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a person who is easily deceived or victimized

an easily accomplished task

Synonyms for pushover

someone who is easily taken advantage of

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With Poole unable to return for the second half, Preece limping off three minutes after the restart and replacement hooker Devlin Hope operating out of the back row, Cov took time to adjust to the reorganisation but increased their lead with another five-metre pushover try, this time claimed by George Oliver at No.
Students had no real answer to the Coventry pack's power, who scored three tries from line-out drives and two from scrum pushovers.
2 : someone who is easy to persuade or influence <He asked his grandmother for a loan knowing she was a pushover.
The performance of Modal Pushover Analysis (MPA) in predicting the inelastic seismic response of multi-span concrete bridges is investigated.
You're letting yourself down if you do favors you don't want to do, so don't be a pushover.
THIS week's dry slap goes to Sheriff Michael Fletcher for being such a pushover in court.
Baltimore's soft-spoken superintendent is a self-described gentle man, yet he's no pushover.
He Walked by Night (1948), Pushover (1954), Out of Bounds (1986), and The Strip (1951).
Jonah Lomu last night warned his fellow Barbarians superstars that England would not be a pushover at Twickenham on Sunday.
The Seasiders scored two pushover tries, converting a 19-10 interval lead into a 36-10 cushion with 15 minutes left.
Favorite lesson from business school "I always thought I was somewhat of a pushover in negotiations, that I was 'too nice.
The AI is no pushover and you certainly get a feel for how technical the sport can be .
They held a 6-3 edge at the interval, two penalties by fullback Josh Hickman sandwiching a NLD kick, but they cut loose in the second half - Stephen Ballard claiming a pushover try and Dan Leake bursting through to give Clark McCallum the chance of a second conversion.