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noun as in easy activity

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Recipient of the 2021 Red Dot Award for outstanding interface design and EISA Award for Best Product 2019-2020, Luminar is an AI-powered photo editor that makes complex editing tasks a cakewalk.

When these wars begin, the United States typically has positive illusions about how the war is going to go—that it’ll be a cakewalk in Iraq or in Afghanistan.

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Cuomo’s main vulnerability probably lies in the Democratic primary, though even if he survives it, the general election might not be a cakewalk either.

In a new story, Will Huntsberry writes that 2020 was probably the last cakewalk for union-backed school board candidates.

Democrats still think that 2016 is going to be Clinton cakewalk.

If the Democrats maintain this charade, 2016 will not be the cakewalk they dream it to be.

But that does not, so far as Philippe Petit is concerned, make it a cakewalk.

Germany won a cakewalk, controlling the game from start to finish.

And that was a cakewalk compared to the three years I spent teaching high school!

Well, he'll be back on the night train, for to-morrow is the final cakewalk of his old Conference.

Still others, doing a kind of animated cakewalk, carried toy ray guns which they fired at random into the crowd.

I know she can dance, for have I not seen her executing the cakewalk in Dimbie's tea-rose slippers?

In Paris the cakewalk is a thing of misunderstood, misapplied accents.

He tipped his derby one-sided and started off on a cakewalk.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cakewalk, such as: cinch, dance, march, prance, rout, and strut.

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