- pain·less·ly, adverb
- pain·less·ness, noun
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How to use painless in a sentence
The testing process is simple and painless by analyzing, and drawing results from a hair sample.Did you know food and environmental factors can affect your pet’s health? | Quinn Gawronski | June 27, 2021 | Popular-Science
Politicians, in their desire to win voter approval, exaggerated the possibilities of change by promising painless solutions and immediate results.
“Repairing our city budget won’t be a quick or painless process,” Gloria wrote in a statement.Morning Report: Law Enforcement Is Spending on ‘Predictive Policing’ | Voice of San Diego | February 2, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
Retailers need to understand that shopping experiences need to be quick and painless.Technology saving retail businesses from going under | Sponsored Content: Lightspeed | December 23, 2020 | Search Engine Land
Like all of Wahoo’s cycling computers, the companion app makes it painless to upload routes from third-party sites like RideWithGPS and Strava.
The familiar and mournful theme song, “Suicide Is painless,” filled the room.
A soon-to-be released app uses text streaming to make reading quick and painless.
Much debate centered on the necessary current and the current type (AC versus DC) to assure a rapid and painless death.
According to him, the process to obtain official marriage registration was fairly painless.States Seek to Turn Back Clock on Military Gay Couples With Marriage Rights | Hanqing Chen | November 28, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
As long as you don't mind forgoing some of your pool time for a meeting with the lawyers, it all sounds pretty painless.Book a Vacation at a Divorce Hotel and End Your Marriage in Luxury | Nina Strochlic | July 18, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Could a course like hers have terminated more appropriately than with so beautiful, painless, and tranquil a passing away?Mary, Help of Christians | Various
Three things that constitute a physician: a complete cure; leaving no blemish behind; a painless examination.Ancient Irish Poetry | Various
He had had a very happy life, with plenty of fun and plenty of kindness, and he had a very rapid and painless death.The Animal Story Book | Various
The highest idea of the Hindu, as of the Buddhist, is to pass out into a sort of painless existence of nothingness.Round the Wonderful World | G. E. Mitton
Outside of a little cranking these once difficult experiences had now become practically painless.The Boy Grew Older | Heywood Broun
British Dictionary definitions for painless
not causing pain or distress
not affected by pain
- painlessly, adverb
- painlessness, noun
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