American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Calling for, requiring, or showing little or no effort. See Synonyms at easy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Making no effort.
- adj. Without effort.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Making no effort.
- adj. requiring little or no effort;
as, an effortless victory.
- adj. requiring or apparently requiring no effort
- adj. not showing effort or strain
- effort + -less (Wiktionary)
“The image of Jax moved in effortless time with the sweep of my arms, the steady gait of my approach to the edge of the tower, and I knew that to all eyes I was Jax.”
“The only two things that I pretty much do extremely well and effortless is saving money and organizing.”
“She normally wore an expression of effortless efficiency.”
“And it's all the effort that goes into making something sounds effortless, which is a kind of art that I like.”
“Consequently, dzogchen meditation on rigpa is called effortless meditation, non-meditation, or non-deliberate meditation.”
“She has everything to make it beautiful and effortless, which is what you want.”
“That's where the Post-Gazette landed, with a 21/2-star review that concluded: "'Death at a Funeral' is not what you'd call effortless British farce, but it generates enough giggles -- and a modicum of solid laughs -- to justify the effort.”
“She can really sing…What she does is make pop songs, and writing pop songs seems effortless, which is”
“He was a liquid drummer, graceful and effortless, which is not what we would have guessed.”
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