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(as) easy as falling of a log

Definition of (as) easy as falling of a log

  1. :  very easy

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  causing or involving little difficulty or discomfort

    :  requiring or indicating little effort, thought, or reflection

    :  not severe :  lenient

  1. :  easily

    :  without undue speed or excitement

    :  without worry or care

fallplay falling
  1. :  to descend freely by the force of gravity

    :  to hang freely

    :  to drop oneself to a lower position

  1. :  the act of falling by the force of gravity

    :  a falling out, off, or away :  dropping

    :  the season when leaves fall from trees :  autumn

  1. :  of, relating to, or suitable for autumn

  1. :  a usually bulky piece or length of a cut or fallen tree

    :  a length of a tree trunk ready for sawing and over six feet (1.8 meters) long

    :  an apparatus for measuring the rate of a ship's motion through the water that consists of a block fastened to a line and run out from a reel

  1. :  to cut (trees) for lumber

    :  to make a note or record of :  enter details of or about in a log

    :  to move (an indicated distance) or attain (an indicated speed) as noted in a log

  1. :  logarithm

  1. : logic

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a sculptured or ornamented band

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