- something sure or easy: This problem is a cinch.
- a person or thing certain to fulfill an expectation, especially a team or contestant certain to win a sporting event: The Giants are a cinch to win Sunday's game.
verb (used with object)
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And, thanks to a transparent hull, exploring the deep and spotting rare marine life is practically a cinch.The Most Exciting New Hotels, Restaurants, and Submarines of 2014|Charlie Gilbert|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Cinch an Inch…Or Seven But are waist cinchers the secret to a smaller waist?
Cinch the waist, tighten the tummy, raise the rear, there is a shape shifter designed for every job.
The historical record suggests it should cinch the contest for the Democrats.
It would be a cinch to rig up a flashlight bulb and battery inside one.The Blue Ghost Mystery|Harold Leland Goodwin
Sitting erect, he observed a cinch strap of blackbirds over the stable roof where the eucalyptus had crashed.When the Owl Cries|Paul Bartlett
And when the cinch was drawn tight he fought at being mounted.Under Handicap|Jackson Gregory
The Arado, as he had rightly guessed, was a cinch to handle.Dave Dawson at Dunkirk|Robert Sydney Bowen
Sure, to be the janitor of an apartment house is no cinch at all, at all.The White Christmas and other Merry Christmas Plays|Walter Ben Hare