adjective, cush·i·er, cush·i·est. Informal.
Origin of cushy
Examples from the Web for cushy
Contemporary Examples of cushy
Even in 1999, this gilded cage of a cushy but unstimulating white-collar career was only available to certain people.
So Last Week Tonight with John Oliver seems like a cushy gig.John Oliver on ‘Last Week Tonight,’ Turning Down CBS, and ‘Nauseating’ American Politics
May 1, 2014
In 1994, Bezos took his wife, left a cushy job as vice president of hedge fund D.E. Shaw, and went west.Everything You Need to Know About Jeff Bezos
August 5, 2013
Now he's stirring from his long winter's nap—but his cushy gigs may prove too tough to give up, says John Avlon.Will Mike Huckabee Take the Presidential Plunge?
April 21, 2011
If she wins, she gets both the platform and dignity of office and a cushy life.Watch Your Back, Sarah
September 17, 2010
Historical Examples of cushy
Then I shall receive ironical congratulations on my "cushy" job.A Student in Arms
I was with the Fritzies for over a week, and they certainly have it soft and cushy.
That was our method afterwards, and the patrol was cushy for us.
I always think Billy had the hardest luck to be hit again just as he was coming out of it all with a safe and cushy one.Grapes of wrath
For the next few days we had it “cushy,” except for boche shrapnel showering our trenches at intervals, daily.The Black Watch
Scout Joe Cassells
adjective cushier or cushiest
Word Origin for cushy
"easy," 1915, Anglo-Indian slang, from Hindi khush "pleasant, healthy, happy" + -y (2).