pushover


pushover

noun

Definition of PUSHOVER

1
a person without strength of character <pushovers who are afraid to discipline their little spoiled brat>
Related Words coward, milquetoast, mouse, nebbish, nervous Nellie (or nervous Nelly), pussy [slang], wuss (also wussy); sheep
Near Antonyms mensch
Antonyms stalwart
2
one who is easily deceived or cheated <scam artists mistakenly thinking that these farm families would be pushovers>
Synonyms chump, gull, mug [chiefly British], patsy, pigeon, pushover, sap, soft touch, sucker, tool
3
something that is easy to do <though the mountain is not especially high, the climb is very arduous and is definitely not a pushover>
Near Antonyms brainteaser, poser, stumper, toughie (also toughy); bother, nuisance, trouble

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