Definitions of easy:
- adjective: having little impact
Example: "An easy pat on the shoulder"
- adjective: not hurried or forced
Example: "An easy walk around the block"
- adjective: affording pleasure
Example: "Easy good looks"
- adjective: plentiful and therefore at low interest rates; easy to come by
Example: "Easy money"
- adjective: less in demand and therefore readily obtainable
Example: "Commodities are easy this quarter"
- adjective: casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior
Example: "Her easy virtue"
- adjective: affording comfort
Example: "Soft light that was easy on the eyes"
- adjective: not strict
Example: "An easy teacher"
- adjective: posing no difficulty; requiring little effort
Example: "An easy job"
- adjective: free from worry or anxiety
Example: "Knowing that I had done my best, my mind was easy"
- adjective: performing adroitly and without effort
Example: "Her easy grace"
- adjective: marked by moderate steepness
Example: "An easy climb"
- adjective: readily exploited or tricked
Example: "An easy mark"
- adjective: not harsh; causing little distress
Example: "An easy penalty"
- adjective: in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich
Example: "Easy living"
- adverb: in a relaxed manner; or without hardship
Example: "Just wanted to take it easy (`soft' is nonstandard"
- adverb: with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily')
Example: "Success came too easy"
- adverb: without speed (`slow' is sometimes used informally for `slowly')
Example: "Go easy here--the road is slippery"
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