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a sleepwalk

Something that is done without much or any effort, thought, or skill; a cakewalk. I've been running marathons for years now, so this 5K run will be a sleepwalk for me. I knew I wouldn't have too much trouble in the entry-level computer class, but I wasn't expecting as much of a sleepwalk as that!
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sleepwalk

n. a movement toward something without effort; easy advancement; an easy task. (see also cakewalk, walk.) Getting the degree was a sleepwalk. Getting a job was hell.
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RULE No 3: It's probably good sense, if you know you sleepwalk and you are away from home, to close the catches on the bedroom windows and lock the door - provided you remember where you put the key in case of fire.
Liberal Democrat defence spokesman Paul Keetch said: "We must not sleepwalk into conflict.
Children are more likely to sleepwalk when over-tired or anxious.
Young people's dreams of serving in the Armed Forces will be dashed if they sleepwalk, Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood has ruled.
HUDDERSFIELD owner and chairman Dean Hoyle has said he has no intention of letting the Premier League club "sleepwalk into relegation".
It was the second time Grigg has sleepwalked out of the family farm in Tregeare, Cornwall.
The 10-year-old had sleepwalked out of their room during the night..
Top brass are now rewriting policies to ban anyone who sleepwalks, or has severe nightmares, from the armed forces.
Joey, who went on safari in South Africa and Uganda, said he'd not sleepwalked since he was a child.
" Freeman said there washistory of sleepwalking in Queally's family - and the defendant had sleepwalked from the age of five.
He told the coroner she had sleepwalked for "ten years plus".
A COUNTY LOUTH racehorse trainer and businessman who took out a libel action against his former employers, after an incident in which he sleepwalked naked, was yesterday awarded EUR10 million in damages.
He never sleepwalks normally," said mother Nicky, aged 35.
Dozy teenager Robert Letham sleepwalked out of a window - FORTY FEET UP.