no-brainer


Also found in: Dictionary, Financial, Idioms, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to no-brainer

anything that requires little thought

References in periodicals archive ?
When a of Coventry for you, no-brainer didn't want out of Matt "I first heard about the interest on Saturday and I got the call from Peterborough saying they were willing to let me go as much as they didn't want to.
Keane said: "I'm not going to lie, it's something I had to really think about because of the situation I am in with the Irish, but when I spoke to Mick he said it was a no-brainer."
For the sake of a few extra quid a month - and knowing that BT will give me PS20 compensation if it isn't up to scratch - the choice to install BT Complete Wi-Fi Discs was practically a no-brainer.
SCOTT hooper says it was a "no-brainer" to sign for Peterhead because they have gone the extra mile to get his signature.
Shan described the decision to give him the armband in the absence of Chris Brunt and Jake Livermore a 'no-brainer'.
ASHLEY COLE said it was a "no-brainer" stepping out of his comfort zone to help pal Frank Lampard win promotion to the Premier League.
GARY Gardner has explained how it was a 'no-brainer' joining Birmingham City on loan this season, despite his links with arch rivals Aston Villa.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov 17 (ANI): It's a no-brainer that almost all the Bollywood celebrities are fitness freaks and Alia Bhatt is one of them who religiously sweats it out in the gym to get that perfect glow on her face and to stay fit and full of energy.
Robert Briggs says the decision to leave Ebac Northern League side West Auckland Town for Spennymoor Town was a "no-brainer".
This, along with her increased workload in Britain, has made moving a no-brainer.
But will reporters ask the manager afterwards: "Do you think you got your tactics wrong?" or "Why do you think you were outplayed in the middle of the park?" Or will it be straight in with: "What did you make of the sending-off?" or "Should you have had a penalty?" Frankly that's a no-brainer too.
Yet there are some linguistic trends that ought to be resisted by all thinking people and the use of the phrase 'no-brainer' is one of them.
Because if you were a state employee, the question really did seem like a no-brainer: If the governor needed to find $25 million in cuts, there was all that and a heckuva lot more in the 1,359 vacant state government positions not filled, much of them paid for with general fund money.