unproblematic

adjective
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

Examples of unproblematic in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Is there an unproblematic member of the Kardashian clan ATM? Emily Tannenbaum, Glamour, "Kylie Jenner Is Being Blasted by Fans for Posting Makeup Ads on Election Day," 4 Nov. 2020 Several voters said the process was easy and unproblematic. Segann March, The Enquirer, "Early Voting: 3,300 people voted in Hamilton County Saturday," 25 Oct. 2020 Having a tree growing out of his restaurant wall was surprisingly unproblematic for David Snyder, who, from 2011 to 2018, owned Bella on the River. Richard A. Marini, ExpressNews.com, "River Walk tree that was a tourist favorite is on the chopping block," 9 Feb. 2020 While most are unproblematic, some can lead to thoracic outlet syndrome, which is when the bone presses on nerves in the neck and causes pain, numbness, and blood clots. Alex Schwartz, Popular Science, "You’ll never have as many bones as you did at birth (and other strange skeleton facts)," 5 Feb. 2020 The laptop was unproblematic, but neither my camera nor the fixer’s cinematic apparatus was allowed. Colin Barrett, Harper's magazine, "“Just Keep Going North”," 5 July 2019 But a more reasonable and unproblematic interpretation exists, one which the Commission has not fully considered. Jon Brodkin, Ars Technica, "“This is crazy”: FCC kills part of San Francisco’s broadband-competition law," 10 July 2019 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

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1683, in the meaning defined above

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“Unproblematic.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unproblematic. Accessed 25 Feb. 2021.

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