Effortless progress, as in It's easy sledding from here on. This expression alludes to coasting smoothly down a hill and was first recorded as smooth sledding in 1898. Also see the antonym tough sledding.
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- easy game,
- easy listening,
- easy meat,
- easy money,
- easy on the eyes,
- easy street,
- easy street, on,
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