Definition of effortless
: showing or requiring little or no effort effortless power
Examples of effortless in a Sentence
She walked with effortless grace.
His writing is known for its seemingly effortless style.
Recent Examples of effortless from the Web
Every Ram1500 has an effortless eight-speed automatic transmission, which uses a bright rotary knob on the center stack – the six-speed automatic is eliminated for 2017.
His effortless blend of past and present mixes several variations of hip-hop, all saturated with electronics and old-school sampling of funk classics.
If her tumble skills look effortless, Biles' ability to shrug off taunts about her body shape only came through some painful experiences.
There was a casual, effortless quality to the performance.
Few in Southern Indiana make scoring seem as effortless as Henryville basketball standout Nick Walker.
When the great city is ticking along, its residents barely notice its unique cosmopolitan blend, its seemingly effortless mix of dozens of different cultures.
This new cut is a whole lot softer, with lots of layers cut into her hair to give it a light, effortless look on the bottom with all the volume on top.
Maslany’s performances have settled into an effortless grace that has allowed her to explore new facets of each character.
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EFFORTLESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of effortless for English Language Learners
: showing or needing little or no effort : appearing very easy
EFFORTLESS Defined for Kids
Definition of effortless for Students
: showing or needing little or no effort She made an effortless catch.
effortlesslyadverb danced effortlessly
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