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Bunch of airheads are attempting to take the easy way out for the SECOND time now by suing.

If others stick to their formulas, he said, it is because they are taking the easy way out.

And politicians are always good at finding the easy way out.

Putting off tough decisions for another day “is the easy way out,” he says.

Romney on the other hand really took the easy way out by saying any one of the candidates would make a great president.

"Yes, you could do that," put in Phebe again in a quick voice, feeling relieved at this easy way out of the difficulty.

Well, God knows, there was trouble enough now, such a coil of trouble for me that death had been an easy way out of it.

It would too often offer an easy way out of an awkward position without the consequence of having to give up power.

Mrs. Carbuncle suggested, in a whisper, that perhaps she regarded the theft as an easy way out of a lawsuit.

But I have used my thinking machine, as I promised, and it has shown me an easy way out of my difficulties.

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On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to easy way out, such as: band-aid, contrivance, design, device, dodge, and gimmick.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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