- adj. Not demanding
- adj. requiring little if any patience or effort or skill
“This is a definition undemanding and broad enough to encompass much of the animal world, which is precisely his point.”
“Often the film plays like the kind of undemanding fluff comedy that one is likely to forget as soon as the end credits roll.”
“I have my own objections to BSA as an organization--the deism thing, the homophobia, the girls-are-icky implications of the whole thing--and I've not been terribly impressed with the things the kids do for merit badges; "undemanding" would not be a harsh description.”
“It was just the kind of undemanding companionship he needed.”
“The broker said that the cruise-ship operator's recent results indicate a healthy outlook for 2011 and that its shares are trading at an "undemanding" price-to-earnings multiple.”
“We sense that Chinese equities have fallen off investors 'radars somewhat, positioning is light, and sentiment is, at best, skeptical, making us all the more keen to get involved," a report said while highlighting robust economic growth and "undemanding" price-earnings multiples.”
“undemanding" valuations and lower borrowing costs.”
“Trading at an undemanding 13 times forecast 2011 earnings, well below luxury peers such as Tiffany, at almost 18 times, Pandora might still be one charm worth collecting.”
“It all makes for an undemanding and surprisingly good-natured read, given "Cinder's" bleak and turbulent setting.”
“Given its growth prospects, and undemanding price, there is still a chance to get some skin in the game.”
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