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Easy

Synonyms for easy:

Sense 1

rigorousness, can of worms, expressly, lowbrow, self-explanatory, Dupable, dutch, low-maintenance, digestible, explicable, strictness, trouble-free, cumbersome, laid-back, exploitable, cumbrous, womanizing, comprehensible, pellucid, bubblegum, pother, passable, toughness, arduously, intelligible, sternness, Difficultly, deep water, hot spot, tractable, predigested, effortlessness, walkaway, stringency, Whorish, duck soup, recondite, promiscuity, Easeful, facileness, luxurious, graceful, crystal clear, philandering.

Sense 6

corner, trial, profound, bind.

Sense 7

issue, slip, sensitive, deep.

Sense 8

basic, express, ease, slick, slide.

Sense 9

fast, trouble.

Sense 10

natural.

approachable

accessible.

candid

frank.

controllable

manageable.

debonair

jaunty.

easy going

unexacting.

jaunty

debonair.

kindly

humane.

sweeping

flowing.

trite

mickey mouse.

unconcerned

nonchalant.

Other synonyms and related words:

free, indulgent, loose, graceful, facilely, casual, clement, undemanding, mild, readily, delicate, slow, cushy, easygoing, slack, easily, nothing to it, lightly, natural, lenient, lax, simply, light, effortlessly.

all (adjective)

gentle, soft.

articulate (adjective)

fluent.

carefree (adjective)

at ease.

comfortable (adjective)

well-heeled, Easeful.

content (adjective)

comfortable, satisfied, snug, contend, complacent, at ease, serene.

cushy (adjective)

undemanding.

difficult (adjective)

tough.

facile (adjective)

efficient, facile, deft, adroit, nothing to it, uncomplicated, dexterous, effortless, simple, handy, fluent, smooth.

forgiving (adjective)

clement.

friendly (adjective)

Familiar.

good-humored (adjective)

open, tolerant, graceful, informal, casual, Familiar, relaxed, natural.

gradual (adjective)

even, imperceptible, gradual, gentle, moderate.

leisurely (adjective)

inactive, relaxing, convenient, at leisure, at loose ends, unoccupied, deliberate, leisurely, unemployed, retired, restful, unhurried.

leisurely, relaxed (adjective)

flowing, cushy, comfortable, tranquil, fluent, cozy, composed, at ease, mild, serene, satisfied, prosperous, thriving, calm, gentle, temperate, unexacting, snug, soft, comfy, unhurried, moderate, spontaneous, slow, quiet, Easeful, well-to-do.

lively (adjective)

jaunty.

manageable (adjective)

manageable.

moderate (adjective)

gentle, soothing, subdued, soft, moderate, pacific, relaxed, temperate, restrained, quiet, cool, innocuous, calm, alleviated, composed, tranquil.

not difficult (adjective)

painless, light, basic, accessible, pushover, nothing to it, elementary, facile, simple, cinch, clear, uncomplicated, effortless, straightforward, undemanding, smooth, manageable.

open-and-shut (adjective)

self-explanatory.

prosperous (adjective)

palmy.

reduced (adjective)

made easy.

tolerant, permissive (adjective)

lax, clement, tractable, easygoing, liberal, Dupable, gullible, forbearing, charitable, naive, exploitable, indulgent, merciful, lenient.

Sense 3 (noun)

trouble-free, lightly, mindless.

Sense 4 (noun)

nonchalant.

Sense 5 (noun)

womanizing, promiscuity, philandering.

Sense 6 (noun)

graceful, flowing, fluid.

Sense 7 (noun)

cozy, Easeful.

Sense 9 (noun)

unrestrained, laid-back, unceremonious.

Sense 10 (noun)

charitable, forbearing, clement, merciful, tolerant.

Sense 11 (noun)

credulous, naive, gullible, Dupable, exploitable.

Sense 13 (noun)

fast, Whorish.

duck soup (noun)

pushover.

easy (noun)

comfy, sluttish, light, gradual, wanton, effortless, elementary, unhurried, abundant, cushy, rich, comfortable, easily, uncomplicated, unchaste, undemanding, facile, pleasing, leisurely, lenient, at ease, slowly, available, well-to-do, well-fixed, painless, gentle, well-heeled, simplified, slow, smooth, promiscuous, soft, well-situated, prosperous, user-friendly, well-off, easygoing, casual, unproblematic, simple, tardily, loose.

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