Need another word that means the same as “pushover”? Find 16 synonyms and 30 related words for “pushover” in this overview.
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The synonyms of “Pushover” are: breeze, child's play, cinch, duck soup, picnic, piece of cake, snap, walkover, weakling, not a force to be reckoned with, unworthy opponent, man of straw, five-finger exercise, gift, sinecure, gravy train
Pushover as a Noun
Definitions of "Pushover" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “pushover” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- Any undertaking that is easy to do.
- A person who is easy to overcome or influence.
- Someone who is easily taken advantage of.
- A try in which one side in a scrum pushes the ball over the opponents' goal line.
- A thing that is very easily done.
Synonyms of "Pushover" as a noun (16 Words)
|breeze||A gentle wind.|
Travelling through London was a breeze.
|child's play||Movement or space for movement.|
|cinch||Any undertaking that is easy to do.|
He was a cinch to take a prize.
|duck soup||A heavy cotton fabric of plain weave; used for clothing and tents.|
|five-finger exercise||The act of using.|
|gift||A natural ability or talent.|
He has a gift for comedy.
|gravy train||A procession (of wagons or mules or camels) traveling together in single file.|
|man of straw||The generic use of the word to refer to any human being.|
|not a force to be reckoned with||The influence that produces a change in a physical quantity.|
|picnic||Any undertaking that is easy to do.|
We swam and went on picnics.
|piece of cake||A distance.|
|sinecure||A position requiring little or no work but giving the holder status or financial benefit.|
Political sinecures for the supporters of ministers.
|snap||Tender green beans without strings that easily snap into sections.|
The waistband had lost its snap.
|unworthy opponent||A contestant that you are matched against.|
|walkover||A victory awarded in a sports contest in the absence of the other competitor or competitors (as a result of injury, disqualification, etc.|
A 12 2 walkover.
|weakling||A person who is physically weak and ineffectual.|
He was a weakling and a hypocrite.
Usage Examples of "Pushover" as a noun
- This is going to be a pushover.
- Colonel Moore was benevolent but no pushover.
Associations of "Pushover" (30 Words)
|beeline||The most direct route.|
He made a beeline for the bathroom.
|casual||A youth belonging to a subculture characterized by the wearing of expensive casual clothing and frequently associated with football hooliganism.|
A casual remark.
|clarity||Free from obscurity and easy to understand; the comprehensibility of clear expression.|
The clarity of the picture.
|conciseness||Terseness and economy in writing and speaking achieved by expressing a great deal in just a few words.|
|conveniently||In a convenient manner.|
This house is very conveniently located.
|directness||The quality of being plain and straightforward.|
I like the simplicity and directness of the image.
|ease||Of share prices interest rates etc decrease in value or amount.|
International tension began to ease.
|easy||With ease easy is sometimes used informally for easily.|
|equitable||Fair to all parties as dictated by reason and conscience.|
The beneficiaries have an equitable interest in the property.
|fair||Without favoring one party in a fair evenhanded manner.|
A handy gadget.
|honest||Gained or earned without cheating or stealing.|
An honest working stiff.
|insignificant||Small and unimpressive.|
A minor insignificant bureaucrat.
|just||Of an opinion or appraisal well founded justifiable.|
It has just enough salt.
|mere||Being nothing more than specified.|
The city is a mere 20 minutes from some stunning countryside.
|purely||In a pure manner.|
Act nobly speak purely and think charitably.
|readily||In a punctual manner.|
Transport is readily available.
|realized||Successfully completed or brought to an end.|
The joy of a realized ambition overcame him.
|righteous||Characterized by or proceeding from accepted standards of morality or justice.|
|rightful||Having a legally established claim.|
A rightful inheritance.
They could scarcely all be wrong.
|shortcut||An accelerated way of doing or achieving something.|
Teaching no longer offered a shortcut to secure employment.
|simple||(botany) of leaf shapes; of leaves having no divisions or subdivisions.|
A simple game.
|simplicity||A thing that is plain or uncomplicated.|
They took advantage of her simplicity.
They lived very simply.
|straightforward||Pointed directly ahead.|
A straightforward set of instructions.
|timely||Done or occurring sufficiently early; prompt.|
The timely filing of his income tax return.
|useful||Having a useful function.|
A useful pace bowler.
|utilizable||Capable of being put to a profitable or practical use.|
|well||In a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard good is a nonstandard dialectal variant for well.|
Tears well in her eyes.