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easy game

noun
1.
(informal) a person who is easily deceived or taken advantage of
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  • You can take it from me, Whately, that girls are an easy game when you know the way to treat them.

    The Lonely Unicorn Alec Waugh
  • I started in on easy game, on picking pockets and simple swindling.

    The Autobiography of a Thief Hutchins Hapgood
  • Was it also written that I had become any safe or easy game to track into a corner?

  • I am not a fool, and can see what you are after; and I can see, too, that it won't be an easy game for me to play.

    Dorothy's Double G. A. Henty
  • If you play, let it be some easy game, like telling stories or riddles.

    The Story of a China Cat

    Laura Lee Hope
  • Of course I'm easy game—I was brought up with such different customs and ideas.

  • A young man of Montrose's disposition would in such a frame of mind be easy game for such cunning hunters as Rothes and his crew.

    Montrose Mowbray Morris
  • When the nation had gradually become unnerved by such doctrines and cares, the monarchy had an easy game to play.

  • And a fighting humpback in the Gulf of St Lawrence is no easy game to tackle with a hand-lance in a pram.

    All Afloat

    William Wood

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