Easiest Easiness

Easily

Meanings and phrases

easily

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily'); easy
  2. without question
  3. indicating high probability; in all likelihood; well

more easily

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E.g.
  • This allows it to absorb solar heat more easily.
  • They tend to be more easily found in desert landscapes.
  • In autonomous cars, V can more easily engage in gunplay.

not easily

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E.g.
  • Bacardi drinks are not easily found in Cuba today.
  • The text of this document is not easily accessible.
  • The president decided this was not easily accomplished.

easily accessible

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E.g.
  • The text of this document is not easily accessible.
  • The school is easily accessible by train or bus.
  • The Temple can be easily accessible by Ropeway.

easily won

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E.g.
  • She easily won reappointment for a second term.
  • The Cardinals easily won Game 7, 11–0, behind Dizzy Dean.
  • Racing easily won the match, defeating Stade Bordelais 37–7.

easily defeated

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E.g.
  • Mouton easily defeated Miller, 57 to 43 percent.
  • Wilson easily defeated Roosevelt and won the election.
  • The other two divisions easily defeated their enemies.

most easily

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E.g.
  • PSNR is most easily defined via the mean squared error ("MSE").
  • Retrolistheses are most easily diagnosed on lateral x-ray views of the spine.

won easily

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E.g.
  • Lakshman and Chattur Singh, but won easily.
  • She started 4/5 favourite and won easily by three lengths.
  • England won easily and Robertson presented the Shield personally.

very easily

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E.g.
  • However, the chair design proved too unstable, tipping very easily.
  • Anti-virus have to be updated very easily and fast to counter these viruses.
  • Al-Khushoo is a necessary component of Salaah, however can be very easily lost.

so easily

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E.g.
  • A victory against the city wasn't so easily achieved.
  • Miller, however, would not give up so easily.
  • He just covers the ground so easily."

easily seen

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E.g.
  • This can be easily seen in phrases such as: "Ent it?"
  • At this distance, the acceleration of the universe will be easily seen.
  • This feature is easily seen in photographs of the channel without water.

easily distinguished

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E.g.
  • Kawamoto designed the characters so they were easily distinguished from one another.
  • Females are easily distinguished from males by their more elongated lower row of dots.
  • Adults of this species are easily distinguished by their black and yellow striped legs.

not be easily

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E.g.
  • Ways of alkaloid biosynthesis are too numerous and cannot be easily classified.
  • The C class, with a narrow firebox between the frames, could not be easily converted.
  • Additionally, this cannot be easily and reliably measured in the field with living birds.

easily identified

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E.g.
  • They are easily identified by the visible seam.
  • Visibility was excellent and the target easily identified.
  • However, acute toxicity is not always as easily identified.

easily available

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E.g.
  • Basic accommodation is quite easily available.
  • Passenger buses and jeeps to Taplejung are easily available in Birtamod.
  • An avant-garde roofing and super-elevated passageways make the visit easily available.

easily recognizable

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E.g.
  • Most members of these two groups are easily recognizable as cacti.
  • Sometimes, the relationship is easily recognizable: "baggage, drainage, blockade".
  • He developed an easily recognizable style of Late Baroque, both sumptuous and majestic.

easily visible

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E.g.
  • It is easily visible in satellite imagery at .
  • It is easily visible from the SS6 road that runs from Canelli to Asti.
  • Both Bali and Lombok are easily visible from the Gilis in clear weather.

easily accessed

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E.g.
  • The village can be easily accessed from the A49 road.
  • Many of the caves are easily accessed.
  • Compost sequesters carbon in a stable (not easily accessed) form.

easily identifiable

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E.g.
  • Most of the birds are easily identifiable.
  • ACE inhibitors are easily identifiable by their common suffix, '-pril'.
  • Chris Rene's musical style is described as both "current and easily identifiable."

easily recognized

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E.g.
  • Ceratopsians are easily recognized by features of the skull.
  • With his long dreadlocks and turban, Idan is easily recognized.
  • The song is easily recognized by many for its rocky tune and smooth melody.

easily understood

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E.g.
  • The model is clearly defined and easily understood.
  • News Stories with a strong impact can be easily understood by a reader.
  • Brahman is, in western contexts, easily understood as Brahmana or Brahmin, which means "priest".

easily confused

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E.g.
  • This use of "se" is easily confused with the medial "se".
  • It can be easily confused with "B. catharticus" and "B. stamineus".
  • They are easily confused but can not be used interchangeably, requiring care in usage.

easily found

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E.g.
  • Bacardi drinks are not easily found in Cuba today.
  • Soldier's Spring is not as easily found today.
  • They tend to be more easily found in desert landscapes.

easily reached

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E.g.
  • Böblingen is easily reached by multiple forms of transport.
  • Klungkung town is easily reached from Gianyar via the highway.
  • Home, however, was not easily reached.

too easily

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E.g.
  • I also felt the cartoons were being too easily accepted."
  • "The problem raised by the Swartz case is … [that] felony liability under the statute is triggered much too easily.
  • This coin faced controversy due to being too easily mistaken as a $1, as it was only slightly larger of the same color.

relatively easily

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E.g.
  • It can be relatively easily ascended over the Ober Hüfifirn glacier.
  • As hydrogen bonds are not covalent, they can be broken and rejoined relatively easily.
  • Men could relatively easily push floating logs into position to be lifted by the hoist.

easily removed

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E.g.
  • This surface glue can be easily removed, using a cabinet scraper or cold water.
  • When an inner cover is used, the top cover is more easily removed from the hive.
  • This allows the cleaner to break down the dirt and oils to be more easily removed.

just as easily

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E.g.
  • In fact, the room can just as easily be redesigned to "weaken" our intuitions.
  • "I could get hurt just as easily on a wire here as walking over Niagara Falls."
  • It fell together really fast and worked, but it could just as easily not [have] been on the record."

able to easily

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E.g.
  • Hailman is then able to easily freeze the helpless Teapackman and decapitate him.
  • PC World thought that lovers of art would be able to easily sink hours into the title.
  • Some Borg have been shown to be far stronger than humans, able to easily overpower most humans and similar species.

easily the most

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  • Grimaldi became "easily the most popular English entertainer of his day".
  • In 1949-50 he was easily the most successful bowler when Ceylon toured Pakistan.
  • He earnings of £22,316 made her easily the most financially successful horse of the year.

quite easily

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  • Bob "the Beast" Sapp won the Japan GP quite easily.
  • Basic accommodation is quite easily available.
  • He seems to understand the Italian language quite easily.

quickly and easily

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  • Indexes are also designed to help the reader find information quickly and easily.
  • This allows the sail(s) to quickly and easily be deployed and reefed by pulling lines.
  • The book was written for students to quickly and easily learn the art of ornamentation.

how easily

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E.g.
  • Hausdorff was aware of how easily the human mind can err while also seeking for rigor and truth.
  • The fact that Kitchener's name was not used in the poster demonstrates how easily he was visually recognized.
  • However, lay people and construction professionals seldom recognise how easily or indirectly a tree can be killed.

easily able

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E.g.
  • He is easily able to befriend characters along the way who support his cause.
  • The Shepherd machine was easily able to sway popular support in favor of the notion.
  • However, their efforts amount to nothing as Cota is easily able to post bail and escape.

easily beat

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E.g.
  • Love went on to easily beat Smith in the run-off.
  • The Bruins easily beat Ball State in their semi-final.
  • In the final, Maccabi easily beat TAU, by a score of 90–78.
E.g.
  • "Scindapsus" is not easily distinguishable from "Epipremnum".
  • The unique double z in his name makes him easily distinguishable from the other singers with the name Vincent.
  • Adults are easily distinguishable by the combination of an oblique postmedial and distal subdorsal black disc on forewings.

easily the best

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  • ... easily the best looking and smoothest controlling version for any home system."
  • She's easily the best truly country female singer mainstream Nashville can claim these days."
  • Rapzilla went further and said that the song is easily the best sonically, lyrically, and conceptually on the album.

easily recognised

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E.g.
  • The species of "Enoploteuthis"are most easily recognised by having a larger tail when compared to the other genera in the Enoploteuthidae.
  • The name used is typically the trading name of the business rather than the legal name so that it can be easily recognised by the customer.
  • Cognates may often be less easily recognised than the above examples, and authorities sometimes differ in their interpretations of the evidence.

easily obtained

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E.g.
  • It is easily obtained that: It is obvious that δ'Ω' > δΩ.
  • The permits to explore the Western Desert were not so easily obtained.
  • Elemental gallium is not found in nature, but it is easily obtained by smelting.
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