facile[ fas-il or, esp. British, -ahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF facile
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FACILE
This was his special gift and as usual in such cases he was not a facile writer.
I cannot brush aside the problem by a facile reference to reincarnation.
Consequently the poisoners of the wells of truth had a facile task.
A Latin tag came into my head about the facile descent into the abyss.
Mrs. Austen, in spite of her facile digestion, gagged at it.
Cassy enjoyed the food, the diluted wine, Paliser's facile touch.
And yet, how could one consider these trivial, facile French phrases private?
He was facile, ingenious, dexterous, everything but inspired.
"You thought wrong," said Louis, ever facile with subterfuges.
He was as facile with the pen as with the tongue, and his publications were many and important.