Adjective(1) not burdensome or demanding; borne or done easily and without hardship
(1) It seemed to drag on forever, with intervals of my interrupting sister, saying that the seats were too cushy or hard, or the windows were too clear or dusty, or it was too bright or dark.(2) Normally reviewing a programme without watching it would be regarded as a dereliction of a rather cushy job, but when I tell you the title of this particular programme perhaps you'll understand.(3) One last time, her eyes flickered over the shadows of her belongings, her keyboard, flute stand, dresser, and finally, her favourite cushy chair.(4) His office was spacious, and filled with lots of cushy chairs.(5) We've just moved from the dining room but there's another big oval table and some more cushy chairs├ö├ç┬¬(6) He resigned his cushy job in 2002 to pursue his goals in Kalahandi.(7) ├ö├ç├┐The food and the champagne and the big, cushy seat are nice,├ö├ç├û he says.(8) We have heard some extremely depressing news from a large number of male officers and staff that bad managers are promoted or sidelined or moved to a cushy job.(9) Do your 20 years in the army, get your pension, then slide in to a rather cushy job in the House on the Hill.(10) That leaves him, four months after quitting a cushy job and two months after what was undoubtedly the worst day in the history of commercial aviation, relaunching a failing airline.(11) After all, these CARICOM guys have cushy jobs, and if CARICOM went away, they might have to go out and get real work.(12) What would possess a person to go from a decent, albeit kinda cushy job at the studio in Rockefeller Center to the front lines of battle?(13) Moreover, one finds very few of them leaving their cushy job and affluent lifestyle to act on their stated principles and live in some non-Western society.(14) You do not have the right to a cushy job without earning it.(15) Often, their good work on the political battlefield was rewarded with party preselection, or cushy jobs as ministerial aides, and careers in politics.(16) A cushy job pulling in clients for a big law firm might be tough to come by if the powers-that-be take away your lawyering licence.
1. easy ::
2. undemanding ::
3. comfortable ::
4. secure ::
1. uncomfortable ::
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