dead easy

dead easy

Very easy. Oh please, I've been playing guitar for 20 years—that song is dead easy.
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dead easy

very easy. This whole job is dead easy. It was so dead easy, Frank did it with one hand.
See also: dead, easy

dead easy

mod. very easy. This whole job is dead easy.
See also: dead, easy
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It's all dead easy if Rosy don't balk when the flag drops.
I ain't never tried it, but it must be dead easy. An' nothin' to do.
And that makes you-all dead easy in this deal of mine.
It will be dead easy to split from Scotland - we've only been part of one nation for over three hundred years.
Japan: Those who assured us that it would be dead easy to negotiate agreements to replace those that we have through the EU seem to have forgotten that Britain has lost the weight and influence that it wielded well over half a century ago.
- Chloe, by email AEVERGREEN hebes are wonderful container plants - they are dead easy to grow.
Retaining focus on the task at hand, rather than Wembley, will prove "dead easy", Fenton insists.
You look for the hashtags, then you can see like-minded people and it's dead easy to talk to them."
He said: "It's dead easy for us to point to a politician and say 'He's being obscure, he's used a clich'.
Sprouting seeds, which are dead easy to grow without soil, pots or even a garden, add zest to stir fries and salads.
Good luck with the eradication, but as you say, it's dead easy to manage with all the information available.
Nearly seven decades later, it's dead easy to sit in judgement of Reverend O'Ferrall, as so many writers sit in judgement of Pope Pius XII.
Dead easy, just give the furniture a quick sand and then apply the emulsion whitewash, rub with some steel wool and then apply wax over the top.
apparently eggshells are rich in calcium, the best natural source, and to boot they're dead easy for your body to digest and absorb.