Simple Definition of pushover
: an opponent that is easy to defeat
: something that is easy to do
: someone who is easy to persuade or influence
Examples of pushover
They thought the first team they played would be a pushover.
The exam was a pushover.
Dad's a pushover. He'll let me do anything I want.
First Known Use of pushover
Rhymes with pushover
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PUSHOVER Defined for Kids
Definition of pushover
1 : an opponent that is easy to defeat <They thought our team would be a pushover.>
2 : someone who is easy to persuade or influence <He asked his grandmother for a loan knowing she was a pushover.>
3 : something easily done <The exam was a pushover.>
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