- adj. without trouble
- adj. without problems or difficulties
- trouble + -free (Wiktionary)
“How trouble-free do you think a town like that is going to be?”
“When it happened to mine, Ford put a factory rebuilt engine it, and it was trouble-free after that.”
“They are lovely, trouble-free plants, and are probably the ones your parents grew, Julie.”
“Do they retain the trouble-free qualities of (what must be) their Alpine ancestors?”
“Washington Post writer Roger Piantadosi called Mr. Spivak's show an enjoyable departure "from the relentlessly upbeat, carefree, trouble-free, commercial-free aural cheese spread of the ever-insidious phenomenon known to some as safe programming, to others as McRadio.”
“Some amongst my friends and acquaintances blatantly said they were envious of my so to speak trouble-free life.”
“We're sure it will give you many years of trouble-free enjoyment until next week, when we come out with a newer version.”
“But with some planning, you can have both plants and a trouble-free sewer system.”
“A trouble-free return experience is ideal, but not always the norm — especially when it involves electronics.”
“This looks like a trouble-free crossover from communism to capitalism.”
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