un·​prob·​lem·​at·​ic | \ ˌən-ˌprä-blə-ˈma-tik How to pronounce unproblematic (audio) \

Definition of unproblematic

: not difficult to solve or decide : not problematic unproblematic circumstances

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The definition of a living legend, the blueprint of a pop star, a thriving mogul, an unproblematic queen. Tynan Sinks, Allure, "Britney Spears Talks to Allure About the Inspiration Behind Her Latest Perfume, Prerogative," 18 July 2018 According to Boyle and Bogdanor, Scotland would simply become the 17th, and this process should be unproblematic. Paul Hoggart, Newsweek, "If Scotland Breaks Free, Queen Elizabeth Could Speak for Two Countries at Once," 31 Aug. 2014 His earliest known painting, The Adoration of the Magi (1537–1538; on loan from the Prado), although not unproblematic, is nevertheless filled with dynamic theatricality and vivacity. Hamish Bowles, Vogue, "“Tintoretto: Birth of a Genius” Showcases the Work of an Underrated Renaissance Prodigy," 8 Mar. 2018 The endlessly unproblematic fave teamed up with Jimmy Fallon to do a dramatic Mad Libs reading, and the results are 24K magic. Mehera Bonner, Marie Claire, "Chris Pratt Is the Beer-Drinking Santa Claus of Your Dreams," 7 Dec. 2016 SAT tutors, cello practice, and Mandarin lessons are unproblematic in his view. Rachel M. Cohen, New Republic, "This Is the Wrong Way to Fight Inequality," 3 Aug. 2017 Some are unproblematic, like the goals of public safety and respect for civil rights. Orange County Register, "Why federal oversight of police won’t go away easily," 5 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of unproblematic

1683, in the meaning defined above

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incapable of being surmounted or overcome

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