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Which makes everyone feel safe but now is also the source of some friction.

From Ozy

Where it may improve things is in reducing friction in things like organizing voice chat and joining friends’ games.

We oil chains to reduce friction, but the act of oiling them invites contamination that ultimately increases friction.

Trying to balance productivity and safety, Whole Foods also had some friction with their workforce.

Eventually, once Measure Up eliminates the frictions around reporting, D&I will have a list of its own, which will become a new franchise for Fortune, he said.

From Digiday

The beauty of digital businesses is that they are comparatively frictionless.

My market had become what social psychologists call “frictionless.”

No ads, no tracking—and no sharing, no matter how “frictionless” that sharing claims to be.

Zuckerberg says it will work through frictionless experiences, real-time serendipity, and patterns found through friends.

This may possibly be a correct representation of what would occur on an ideal globe entirely covered with a frictionless ocean.

It is in the nature of a slight and frictionless cushion at all points where the two pieces of metal meet.

The line abc in both figures shows the variation of free surface level, supposing the pipe frictionless.

It has still to be completed by showing this is only true if the pulleys are frictionless.

From that day on Stella found in her hands the reins over a smooth, frictionless, well-ordered existence.


On this page you'll find 97 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frictionless, such as: continuous, creamy, easy, effortless, flat, and fluid.

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