unchallenging

unchallenging

(ʌnˈtʃælɪndʒɪŋ)
adj
1. not challenging or difficult; not providing a challenge; easy
2. not challenging or antagonistic; not accusing or calling into question
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'We thought it would be challenging, and it wasn't unchallenging, but the good thing was that many manufacturers were already starting to think about this,' Ali said.
Wilderness Jade Jackson The songwriter's second album is brimming with unchallenging but worthy tunes.
.....JADE JACKSON WILDERNESS Erring on the "edgier" side of country music, American singer-songwriter Jade Jackson's second album is brimming with unchallenging but worthy tunes.
On the face of it, the task is proving to be quite unchallenging and easy for the captain and his team.
For an actor of Jericho Rosales' caliber, his unchallenging role in 'The Girl in the Orange Dress' seems like mere 'playtime' for him.
McCarthy sails through this movie with winning confidence and considerable charm in a relatively unchallenging role built around her comedic strong suits.
The Guardian found the album too full of 'unchallenging, and unflinching, politeness' but a 'disarming likability' would no doubt see it shift plenty of units.
I know some viewers find The Durrells a bit too twee at times but for me this kind of unchallenging, beautifully-shot drama is perfect for Sunday evenings.
His mother's doting eye had provided him with the generally comfortable and unchallenging presupposition, that there was no need; and even now, with the microwave, the drop-off-pick-up service at the launderette, Mrs Lewis who calls to clean like a whirling wind once a week, and a few copies of Playboy to play with, this idea has remained happily unchallenged.
Holland Taylor is a PI who does simple background checks and other mostly unchallenging cases.
C Black, Bearsden INTERESTING that most of the highly paid BBC presenters spend most of their days sitting on their backsides, doing a relatively unchallenging job.
Her own songs don't pale in comparison to the covers, Goffin has a warm, rich voice and it's a nice, enjoyable record, taking in Sheryl Crow-style bar room blues and, mainly, country-ish MOR that's as comfortable as it is unchallenging.