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Noun: pushover  'pûsh,ow-vu(r)
  1. Someone who is easily taken advantage of
     
  2. Any undertaking that is easy to do
    "marketing this product will be no pushover";
    - cinch, breeze, picnic, snap, duck soup [N. Amer], child's play, walkover, piece of cake, doss [Brit]

Derived forms: pushovers

Type of: flunkey, flunky, labor [US], labour [Brit, Cdn], project, stooge, task, undertaking, yes-man

Encyclopedia: Pushover