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painless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpainlesspain‧less /ˈpeɪnləs/ ●○○ adjective  1 PAINcausing no pain opp painful a painless death2 EASYnot difficult or unpleasant to do opp painful The train is a quick and painless way to travel. The interview was relatively painless.see thesaurus at easypainlessly adverb
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painlessIt took 10-15 minutes and was completely painless.The operation is simple and painless.But this revolutionary change will not be painless.Rasping is entirely painless and many horses even appear to enjoy the experience.Herewith, a few thoughts on how to render the experience as painless as possible.Although a few had had quick and relatively painless births, many had found it a very painful experience.I know that for millions of women it must be an easy, painless decision.Iridology, sometimes referred to as iris diagnosis, is a non-invasive, painless diagnostic technique, according to practitioners.a painless trip to the dentista painless way to learn a foreign languageIndeed, economic development programs at times were portrayed as painless ways to help the poor.relatively painlessTo be honest, it was relatively painless.Dinner itself was a relatively painless affair.The sores are usually relatively painless, and this procedure, like the urethral investigation, need give no cause for alarm.Although a few had had quick and relatively painless births, many had found it a very painful experience.
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