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easy

(Effortless), adjective effortless, facile, not burrensome, not complicated, not difficult, push over, quick and easy, simple, soft, straightforward, uncomplicated
Associated concepts: easy access to the courts, simple contract

easy

(Lenient), adjective accommodating, benevolent, easy, forbearing, indulgent, lax, loose, permissive, pushover, relaxed, soft, undemanding, understanding, unexacting

easy

(Obvious), adjective apparent, axiomatic, clear, distinct, evident, indisputable, manifest, obvious, plain, readily comprehensible, readily learnable, simple, totally comprehensible, totally learnable, undemanding
Associated concepts: easy construction of a legal document
See also: convenient, effortless, elementary, facile, lenient, malleable, obvious, passable, promiscuous, yielding
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And I had little difficulty in determining the objects with which it was necessary to commence, for I was already persuaded that it must be with the simplest and easiest to know, and, considering that of all those who have hitherto sought truth in the sciences, the mathematicians alone have been able to find any demonstrations, that is, any certain and evident reasons, I did not doubt but that such must have been the rule of their investigations.
Ma foi," said Franz, "it would be the easiest thing in the world; for I feel eagle's wings springing out at my shoulders, and with those wings I could make a tour of the world in four and twenty hours.
It is, I should think, the easiest of all to manage.
It would be the easiest folly in the world to fall in love with her: there is such a sweet babylike roundness about her face and figure; the delicate dark rings of hair lie so charmingly about her ears and neck; her great dark eyes with their long eye-lashes touch one so strangely, as if an imprisoned frisky sprite looked out of them.
Monsieur will give a lesson in the first class to-day," said she; "dictation or reading will perhaps be the best thing to begin with, for those are the easiest forms of communicating instruction in a foreign language; and, at the first, a master naturally feels a little unsettled.
No, shipmate; on the contrary, it is the easiest thing in life: the only awkward point is the sort of usage which our unhappy limbs may receive when we arrive at the bottom, and what sort of travelling trim we shall be in afterwards.
Grant, really eager to get any change for her sister, could, by the easiest self-deceit, persuade herself that she was doing the kindest thing by Fanny, and giving her the most important opportunities of improvement in pressing her frequent calls.
The easiest way to deceive a poet is to tell him the truth.
Then they took to cadging round sugar-factories and breweries, because it was easiest to get their material from those places, and the mixture of glucose and beer naturally fermented in store and blew the store-cells out of shape, besides smelling abominably.
For it holds it like glue-- Holds the lid to the dish, while it lies in the middle: Which is easiest to do, Un-dish-cover the fish, or dishcover the riddle?
Monsieur, - I kill myself because it is easiest and best.
Leaving the window now and then, to rake the crackling logs together, or pace the echoing room from end to end, he closed it when the fire was quite burnt up, and having wheeled the easiest chair into the warmest corner, summoned John Willet.