facile definition

  • adjective:
    • Done or accomplished with little to no work or difficulty; easy. See Synonyms at simple.
    • Working, acting, or speaking with effortless simplicity and fluency.
    • attained without because of treatment, work, or examination; superficial: recommended a facile answer to a complex problem.
    • easily manifested, with an aura of insincerity and not enough level: a facile slogan devised by political leaders.
    • Archaic Pleasingly mild, as in personality or way.
    • Of a reaction or any other procedure, taking place easily.
    • Easy to be achieved or carried out: simple enough; performable or attainable with little to no labor.
    • an easy task to be surmounted or removed; effortlessly conquerable; readily mastered.
    • effortless of accessibility or converse; moderate; courteous; maybe not haughty, austere, or distant; affable; complaisant.
    • quickly persuaded to great or bad; yielding; ductile to a fault; pliant; versatile.
    • prepared; fast; expert
    • reached without due care or work; lacking depth
    • performing adroitly and without energy
    • expressing your self readily, plainly, effortlessly
    • Done or attained with little work or trouble; effortless. See Synonyms at effortless.
    • Operating, acting, or talking to effortless ease and fluency.
    • attained without because of care, effort, or assessment; trivial: recommended a facile solution to a complex problem.
    • easily manifested, along with an aura of insincerity and insufficient depth: a facile slogan devised by political leaders.
    • Archaic Pleasingly moderate, as with personality or manner.
    • Of a reaction or other process, occurring readily.
    • an easy task to be performed or done: not difficult; performable or attainable with little to no labor.
    • Easy to be surmounted or removed; effortlessly conquerable; readily mastered.
    • Simple of accessibility or converse; mild; courteous; perhaps not haughty, austere, or remote; affable; complaisant.
    • Easily persuaded to good or bad; producing; ductile to a fault; pliant; flexible.
    • Ready; quick; expert
    • reached without due treatment or effort; lacking depth
    • carrying out adroitly and without work
    • expressing yourself readily, clearly, successfully
    • Done or attained with little work or trouble; effortless. See Synonyms at simple.
    • Working, acting, or addressing effortless ease and fluency.
    • reached without because of treatment, energy, or assessment; trivial: suggested a facile treatment for a complex problem.
    • easily manifested, and an aura of insincerity and not enough level: a facile motto devised by politicians.
    • Archaic Pleasingly mild, like in personality or manner.
    • Of a reaction or any other procedure, occurring readily.
    • an easy task to be performed or performed: not so difficult; performable or attainable with little to no labor.
    • very easy to be surmounted or eliminated; easily conquerable; readily mastered.
    • effortless of access or converse; moderate; courteous; perhaps not haughty, austere, or remote; affable; complaisant.
    • Effortlessly persuaded to great or bad; producing; ductile to a fault; pliant; flexible.
    • prepared; quick; expert
    • reached without because of care or energy; lacking level
    • carrying out adroitly and without effort
    • expressing your self readily, plainly, effortlessly
  • others:
    • Easy to be achieved, carried out, or utilized; easy; not difficult.
    • an easy task to be moved, removed, surmounted, or conquer.
    • Easy of access or converse; affable; not haughty, austere, or reserved.
    • Easily moved or persuaded to good or bad; pliable; flexible; yielding.
    • Ready; fast; dexterous: as, a facile artisan or artist; he wields a facile pen.
    • simple to be done, done, or used; effortless; simple enough.
    • an easy task to be relocated, eliminated, surmounted, or get over.
    • Simple of accessibility or converse; affable; perhaps not haughty, austere, or set aside.
    • quickly moved or persuaded to great or bad; flexible; versatile; producing.
    • prepared; quick; dexterous: as, a facile artisan or artist; he wields a facile pen.
    • very easy to be performed, performed, or used; simple; not so difficult.
    • an easy task to be relocated, removed, surmounted, or overcome.
    • Easy of accessibility or converse; affable; not haughty, austere, or reserved.
    • Easily relocated or persuaded to great or bad; flexible; flexible; producing.
    • Ready; fast; dexterous: since, a facile artisan or singer; he wields a facile pen.

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