nonchallenging love

Definitions

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  • adjective Not challenging.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ challenging

Examples

  • And, finally, if you are so convinced of what you say, why do you only grant interviews to nonchallenging reporters?

    Does Barbara Walters work for Chavez?

  • In a nonchallenging way, he expresses surprise at the strong view that Jacob’s expressed and consults the group to reality-test Jacob’s stance.

    Survival of the Savvy

  • In a nonchallenging way, he expresses surprise at the strong view that Jacob’s expressed and consults the group to reality-test Jacob’s stance.

    Survival of the Savvy

  • In a nonchallenging way, he expresses surprise at the strong view that Jacob’s expressed and consults the group to reality-test Jacob’s stance.

    Survival of the Savvy

  • In a nonchallenging way, he expresses surprise at the strong view that Jacob’s expressed and consults the group to reality-test Jacob’s stance.

    Survival of the Savvy

  • • In good economic times and bad, firms should not hire fodder -- but, rather, fewer young lawyers who can be given clear, sequential, systematic and organized competency training, who can have real responsibility and accountability at an early stage in their careers (through pro bono work, if necessary), and who can be part of the firm community (understanding its financial situation and its broad footprint), rather than being fed a steady diet of nonchallenging work in isolation.

    Law.com - Newswire

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