Word: EASY

The word EASY has appeared in at least 529 clues on different crosswords.

EASY definition(s):

• Requiring little skill or effort, soft.

• Not difficult, not hard. (Can we add an example for this sense?)

• in fortunate circumstances financially; moderately rich; "they were comfortable or even wealthy by some standards"; "easy living"; "a prosperous family"; "his family is well-situated financially"; "well-to-do members of the community"

• Free from constraint, harshness, or formality; unconstrained; smooth.

• readily exploited or tricked; "an easy victim"; "an easy mark"

• with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily'); "she was easily excited"; "was easily confused"; "he won easily"; "this china breaks very easily"; "success came too easy"

• Requiring little skill or effort.

• casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior; "her easy virtue"; "he was told to avoid loose (or light) women"; "wanton behavior"

• (person) comfortable

• having little impact; "an easy pat on the shoulder"; "gentle rain"; "a gentle breeze"; "a soft (or light) tapping at the window"

• in a relaxed manner; or without hardship; "just wanted to take it easy"; "the judge went easy on the young defendant"

• affording pleasure; "easy good looks"

• not hurried or forced; "an easy walk around the block"; "at a leisurely (or easygoing) pace"

• affording comfort; "soft light that was easy on the eyes"

• requiring little skill or effort

• without speed (`slow' is sometimes used informally for `slowly'); "he spoke slowly"; "go easy here--the road is slippery"; "glaciers move tardily"; "please go slow so I can see the sights"

• Causing ease; giving comfort, or freedom from care or labour.

Synonym of easy-oar

• Something that is easy

• Not straitened as to money matters; opposed to tight.

• Requiring little skill or effort; posing no difficulty.

• posing no difficulty; requiring little effort; "an easy job"; "an easy problem"; "an easy victory"; "the house is easy to heat"; "satisfied with easy answers"; "took the easy way out of his dilemma"

• less in demand and therefore readily obtainable; "commodities are easy this quarter"

• free from worry or anxiety; "knowing that I had done my best, my mind was easy"; "an easy good-natured manner"; "by the time the child faced the actual problem of reading she was familiar and at ease with all the elements words"

• consenting readily to sex

• Not making resistance or showing unwillingness; tractable; yielding; compliant.

• In a manner without strictness or harshness.

• (informal, pejorative, of a person) Consenting readily to sex.

• Comfortable; at ease.

• marked by moderate steepness; "an easy climb"; "a gentle slope"

• obtained with little effort or sacrifice, often obtained illegally; "easy money"

• Consenting readily to sex.

• In a relaxed or casual manner

• (now rare except in certain expressions) Comfortable; at ease.

• Used an intensifier for large magnitudes.

Clue(s)
""" ___ Rider"""
"""'Tain't nothin'!"""
"""A cinch!"""
"""A piece of cake!"""
"""A snap!"""
"""Be careful!"""
"""Calm down now"""
"""Calm down now..."""
"""Calm down!"""
"""Calm down"""
"""Calm down, big fella"""
"""Calm down..."""
"""Can do!"""
"""Careful now"""
"""Careful there!"""
"""Careful there"""
"""Careful, now!"""
"""Child's play!"""
"""Don't be startled"""
"""Don't get all worked up!"""
"""Don't get excited"""
"""Don't get so excited!"""
"""Don't get too excited now!"""
"""Don't get too excited, now!"""
"""Don't get too excited, now"""
"""Don't overdo it!"""
"""Don't overdo it"""
"""Don't rush into anything!"""
"""Don't strain"""
"""Don't sweat it"""
"""Down, boy!"""
"""Duck soup!"""
"""Duck soup"""
"""Five ___ Pieces"""
"""Five ___ Pieces"" (1970 film)"
"""Five ___ Pieces"" (1970)"
"""Five ___ Pieces"" (Nicholson film)"
"""For my yoke is ___, and my burden is light"" (Matt 11:30)"
"""Hey baby, there ain't no ___ way out"""
"""Hey now!"""
"""Hey, back off!"""
"""Hey, relax!"""
"""Hey, slow it down!"""
"""Hold on there, cowboy!"""
"""I'm ___"" (""Nashville"" song)"
"""I'm ___"" (Oscar-winning song of 1975)"
"""Just calm down!"""
"""Lead-pipe cinch!"""
"""Let's not do anything crazy"""
"""Like taking candy from a baby!"""
"""No prob!"""
"""No prob"""
"""No problem!"""
"""No problem"""
"""No problemo!"""
"""No problemo"""
"""No sweat!"""
"""No sweat"""
"""Not so fast!"""
"""Not so rough!"""
"""Nothing to it!"""
"""Nothing to it"""
"""Peaceful ___ Feeling"" (Eagles song)"
"""Piece of cake!"""
"""Piece of cake"""
"""Settle down now"""
"""Simmer down now!"""
"""Slow down there, tiger"""
"""Slow down"""
"""Steady on!"""
"""Take It ___"" (Eagles hit)"
"""Take a chill pill!"""
"""Take a deep breath!"""
"""That was ___"""
"""That's ___ for You to Say"""
"""That's ___ for you to say!"""
"""The Big ___"" (1987 film)"
"""The Big ___"" (1987)"
"""Watch it!"""
"""Whoa now!"""
"""Whoa! Calm down!"""
"""Whoa!"""
"""Whoa, boy!"""
"""Whoa, whoa, whoa"""
"""___ Aces"" of radio fame"
"""___ Like Sunday Morning"""
"""___ Rider"""
"""___ Rider"" (1969 Dennis Hopper film)"
"""___ Rider"" (Fonda film)"
"""___ Rider"":film"
"""___ Rider,"" 1969 film"
"""___ Riders"""
"""___ Street"" (""Annie"" song)"
"""___ as 1, 2, 3"""
"""___ does it!"""
"""___ does it"""
"""___ now"""
"""___ peasy, lemon squeezy"""
"""___ there, brah"" (""Slow down"")"
"""___, big fella"""
#4 Commodores hit
#4 hit for The Commodores
"'69 chopper-odyssey movie, ""___ Rider"""
"'69 motorcycle-odyssey movie, ""___ Rider"""
'77 Commodores hit
'Calm down!'
"'Down, boy!'"
'No sweat!'
'No sweat'
'Nothin' to it'
'Piece of cake'
'Relax!'
'Settle down!'
"'Whoa, slow down there!'"
'___ does it'
(See title of puzzle)
1977 Commodores ballad
1977 Commodores hit
A breeze
A cinch
A piece of cake
A pushover
A snap
A word to Big Fella
A word to Big Fella?
Accommodating
Amenable
Beginner-friendly
Big ___ (nickname of New Orleans)
Big winner's street
"Boston ""It's ___"""
Calming words
Captain Marryat's hero.
Captain of comics
Carefree
Casual
Chair or mark
Child's play
Child's play.
Cinchy
Comfortable
Comfortable.
Comic-strip captain
Commodores #1 hit
Commodores classic
Commodores hit
Commodores smash
Companion of free
Comparable to pie or a breeze
Comparable to pie?
Contented
Crossword category
Crossword puzzle category
Crossword puzzle rating
Crossword ranking
Cushy
Desirable street?
Duck soup
"Duck soup, or piece of cake"
"Eagles ""Peaceful ___ Feeling"""
Effortless
Effortless.
Elementary
Facile
Facile.
Faith No More's Commodores cover
Far from hard
Fictional captain
For beginners
Free from care
Free from stress
Free from worries
Free from worry
Free partner
Free's companion.
Free's partner
Gentle way to go
Gentling word
Giving no trouble.
Good-tempered
Gradual
Hands-down
Hardly brow-furrowing
Hardly challenging
Hardly difficult
Hardly hard
"Hopper film ""___ Rider"""
How some take it
How some things come and go?
Idiotproof
Indulgent
Informal
Informal.
It can come before going
It can come before going?
It may come before going
Just like A B C
Kind of chair
Kind of chair or street
Kind of mark.
Kind of money
Kind of street
Kind of street or chair
Laid-back
Lax
Leisurely
Lenient
Lenient.
"Like ""pie"""
"Like 1,2,3"
Like ABC
Like Monday crossword puzzles
"Like Monday puzzles, relatively"
Like Riley's life style
"Like Sunday morning, according to a song"
"Like Sunday morning, in song"
Like a Monday crossword
"Like a Monday crossword, supposedly"
Like a Monday puzzle
Like a breeze?
Like a cakewalk
Like a certain street
Like a gimme
Like a no- brainer
Like a no-brainer
Like a piece of cake
Like a pushover
Like a snap
Like a walk in the park
Like cakewalks
Like catching a pop-up
Like child's play
Like connect the dots puzzles
Like duck soup
Like falling off a log
Like gimmes
Like gut courses
Like kicking an extra point
Like pie
Like pie?
Like some A's
Like some breezes
Like some chairs
Like some puzzles
Like some targets
Like taking candy from a baby
Like the bunny slope
Like this puzzle... not!
Like two-foot putts
Like tying a half hitch
Like typical Monday crossword puzzles
Manageable.
Marrayat's midshipman
Marryat hero
"Marryat's ""Mr. Midshipman ___"""
Marryat's Midshipman.
Marryat's midshipman
Moderate
Moderate.
"Monday difficulty (in crosswords, not in the work week)"
"Monday's crossword, compared to Friday's"
New Orleans: The Big ___
No problem
No sweat
No sweat!
No trouble
Not a challenge
Not a problem
Not at all difficult
Not at all taxing
Not challenging
Not complex
Not complicated
Not demanding
Not difficult
Not difficult at all
Not exacting
Not hard
Not hard at all
Not intricate
Not knotty
Not problematic
Not strict
Not taxing
Not tough
Not very challenging
Noted street
Nothing to it
Offering little challenge
On ___ street
On ___ street (rich)
One way to take it
One's favorite street
Over ___
Over ___ (way to cook eggs)
Painless
Partner of free
Partner of nice
"Peter Fonda's '69 movie, ""___ Rider"""
Pie-like
Piece of cake
Pielike
Pielike?
Pleasant.
Popular street
Posing no challenge
Problem-free
Promiscuous
Readily persuadable
Relaxed
Requiring little effort
Restful.
Roy Crane's captain
Simple
Simple as pie
Simple to do
Simple to solve
Simple.
Skill level option
Slutty
Smooth
Smooth.
Some A's
Something requiring little study
Sort of chair
Start to come and go?
Street for the financially secure?
Street for the wealthy?
Street for the well-to-do?
Street or chair
Suited for beginners
TV's '-- Street'
Taking no skin off your back
The Big ___
The Big ___ (New Orleans)
This does it
This does it!
Thoughtless?
Tolerant.
Tractable.
Tranquil
Trouble-free
Type of chair
Unchallenging
Uncomplex
Uncomplicated
Undemanding
Undifficult
Unexacting
Unexacting.
Unforced
Unhurried
Unhurried.
Unintricate.
Unstrained.
Untroubled
Untroubled.
User-friendly
Way to take it
Well-known street.
What does it?
Without stress
"Word after ""take it"" or before ""does it"""
"Word before ""come"" and ""go"""
Word before chair or street
Word before come and go
Word before street or chair
Word on a button in Staples ads
Word used to calm people down
"Word with ""chair"" or ""street"""
Word with chair or mark
Word with chair or street
Word with come and go
Word with come or go
Word with mark or money
Word with street or chair
___ Aces
___ Rider
___ Rider : Eastwood movie
___ as ABC
___ as pie
___ chair (comfortable seat)
___ chair.
___ does it
___ listening
___ listening (radio format)
___ over
___ pickings
___ street
___-Bake Oven
___-Bake Oven (popular 1960s toy)
___-Off oven cleaner
‘That’s a snap!’
‘Whoa now!’
'Piece of cake!'
Eggs over ___
Not difficult
"Duck soup!"
“Chill ...”
Not tough
Unchallenging
Not at all difficult
"No problem"
Simple
Early summer daisy for the borders that's trouble free
__ chair
It's not difficult for English to say by mistake
Quite simple
Like a Monday crossword puzzle, relatively speaking
'Careful now!'
Not difficult
Not hard
American duck soup discovered in insane asylum
No problem at all
Uncomplicated
'Let's not get too excited now'
Relaxed
Simple
Not difficult
Uncomplicated
Requiring little effort
Not at all difficult
A snap
Effortless
Simple
Simple
"Don't get all worked up!"
''Piece of cake!''
"____ Rider"
A pushover
"Piece of cake!"
Simple
"No problemo"
Effortless
Relaxed
Relaxed
"Be careful!"
Straightforward
Simple
Simple
A breeze
Relaxed
Relaxed
Not difficult
Not difficult
Simple
Simple
Simple
A pushover
Facile
Simple point, say, to change
Simple
Unlikely to 63 Across
Like a "gut" course
Word before chair or after speak
"Whoa, slow down there, partner!"
Simple
Unhurried
"I'm ___" ("Whatever you suggest")
"Piece of cake!"
Relaxed
American duck soup discovered in insane asylum
Simple to do
"Piece of cake!"
Money for old rope garment from East Germany
Simple
Simple
Simple
"Not so fast!"
Not at all tough
Requiring little effort
Simple
Requiring little effort
Relaxed
Simple
"Child's play!"
"Piece of cake!"
"Child's play!"
Simple
Relaxed
Simple
Like a Monday crossword, say
Relaxed
Not hard
Simple
Relaxed
American duck soup produced in insane asylum
Straightforward
Simple
Not difficult
Requiring little effort
Not hard
"Relax!"
Idiot-proof
Unhurried
Facile
Calm in areas yet
Simple
Posing no challenge
Uncomplicated
Simple
Like Sunday morning, in a Commodores title
"Piece of cake!"
"No prob!"
Simple
American duck soup bottled in insane asylum
Relaxed
"____ Rider"
Type of money or chair
"___ does it"
Most of One Direction, Yes, Trouble, Free?
"Whoa!"
Straightforward
Like a gut course
Garment coming out of East Germany for child's play?
User-friendly
Like a breeze?
''Calm down''
Simple
Simple
'Don't panic'
No trouble at all
Relaxed
"Child's play!"
Leisurely
Like Monday crosswords, relatively speaking
Leisurely
___-peasy
Offering little challenge