Posing no difficulty; requiring little effort.
Not hurried or forced:
— An easy walk around the block.
— At a leisurely (or easygoing) pace.
Free from worry or anxiety.
Readily exploited or tricked.
In fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich:
— Easy living.
Marked by moderate steepness:
— An easy climb.
Casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior:
— Her easy virtue.
Polish: rozwiązły, lubieżny, rozpustny
Less in demand and therefore readily obtainable.
Obtained with little effort or sacrifice, often obtained illegally.
With ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily'):
— Success came too easy.
Without speed (`slow' is sometimes used informally for `slowly'):
— Go easy here--the road is slippery.
In a relaxed manner; or without hardship:
— Just wanted to take it easy.
— The judge went easy on the young defendant.
Moby thesaurus: Attic, Bohemian, Ciceronian, Mickey Mouse, Paphian, accepting, accommodating, acquiescent, affable, affluent, agreeable, ambling, amenable, amiable, amicable, apparent, at ease, at home, at rest, bagging ... show more.
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