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  • n. The state of being effortless; facility

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of requiring little effort


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  • Cool also conveys effortlessness, which is appealing at first in a politician but can also be off-putting.


  • We think it translates into effortlessness, which is equivalent to facility or mastery or something. 4 How this attitude impacts the selection of locale for that initial gastromantic encounter should not be underestimated.

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  • Unlike a lot of folks, I'm also only too aware of how much work that kind of effortlessness takes.


  • "effortlessness" is the result of years of effort -- a fact immediately apparent in the back of one of the Cycropians, Gretchen Miller.

    Chicago Reader

  • It is the effortlessness of the movement that matters.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • And technology is most celebrated when it is most invisible—when the machinery is completely hidden, combining godlike effortlessness with blissful ignorance about the mechanisms that deliver our disburdened lives.

    The Secular Prophet

  • Finally, yesterday, with the effortlessness of the deeply learned, my distinguished senior colleague Emeritus Professor David Bindman of University College London and Harvard instantly came up with the answer: “North Britain.”


  • The Goyer-directed pilot was a long way from perfect, lacking as it did the confidence and effortlessness that accompanied previous landmark debuts such as ER and Lost to the screen.

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  • There's a graceful effortlessness about the tumbling melody of Take Me As I Am and the stately piano figure and creamy, massed harmonies exude a lovely warmth and instant familiarity: as well as learning how to sound like Karen Carpenter, Rumer has clearly cracked writing songs that sound from the first listen as if you've known them for years.

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  • No longer the sweated brow, stained hands and soiled apron of mother at the stove, but the effortlessness and poise of cashmere cardigans, hourglass figures and – on one particular occasion which made a big impression on me – sparkly mascara.

    Nigella Lawson and the great burkini cover-up


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