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  • a  requiring little if any patience or effort or skill
    the pay was adequate and the job undemanding
    simple undemanding affection
    an undemanding boss

  • It gathers thousands, or even tens of thousands, for entertaining if sometimes undemanding services amid family-friendly amenities.
  • She says men's use of porn for undemanding relief often distracts them from the task of trying to please their real-life partners.
  • He also has a steady, undemanding job doing maintenance and yard work for a local convent.

  • Magnus Magnusson in Independent
    When Mastermind was first broadcast it was given a late-night slot on BBC2 and Magnusson described the show as a "one-off little undemanding programme for insomniac academics late at night".
  • Stefano in New York Times
    It became a question of fashion and status symbol, granting readers of this undemanding book access to what is considered the stronghold of the Italian intelligentsia,said Stefano Salis, who covers publishing for the economic daily Il Sole 24...
  • Amanda Holden in Metro
    Touting her pal, Holden says: "Christine is refreshingly undemanding so won't be a stress to Frank during the World Cup."

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