frictionless frictionless  /f ˈrɪk ʃən ləs/


  • (adj) lacking all friction


  1. As BlackBerry aficionados will probably agree, the impressive precision and frictionless gliding of a trackball makes clicking on links quicker and easier.
  2. Obama's campaign has been that rare, frictionless machine that runs with the energy of an insurgency and the efficiency of a corporation.
  3. In her shingled house on a hill, surrounded by a tangle of spindly trees, she had started a new life, although not necessarily a frictionless one.



  1. Susan Decker, the outgoing CFO who now heads the advertising and publisher group, describes it as being in Yahoo's "strong financial interest to make sure there is a widely adopted, neutral, frictionless exchange that enables publishers and...
    on Apr 30, 2007 By: Susan Decker Source: Forbes

  2. Zimmermann added, "Information wants to be free and flow everywhere. It becomes frictionless and there is a temptation to take advantage of it."
    on Dec 20, 2006 By: Phil Zimmermann Source: San Jose Mercury News

  3. "We think this is going to make internet on mobile as frictionless as it is on your desktop," Brin said.
    on Jan 31, 2008 By: Sergey Brin Source: MarketWatch

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