What is the opposite of challenging?

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Adjective
Opposite of testing of one's abilities
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“The teams braced themselves for a challenging contest, but it became an easy and one-sided battle.”
Adjective
Opposite of thought-provoking in nature
“Simon's dull perspective of the world would often lead to awkward social interactions.”
Adjective
Opposite of rebellious in nature
“Evie was always a compliant student and the school board easily ratified the decision to elect her as the school captain.”
Adjective
Opposite of mentally oppressive or hard to endure
“The success of his business proved to be an uplifting blessing on his mind and spirit.”
Adjective
Opposite of ambitious or difficult to achieve
“Tom has set himself the achievable goal of earning a black belt in karate within five years.”
Adjective
(of a plan or piece of work) Opposite of difficult to achieve, requiring great effort or ability
Adjective
Opposite of causing tiredness
Adjective
Opposite of requiring great effort or exertion
“Walking the dog was an easy and relaxing task to perform.”
Adjective
(of work) Opposite of strenuous in nature
“We spent a tranquil day down by the lake by ourselves.”
Adjective
Opposite of causing anger or another strong reaction, especially deliberately
Adjective
Opposite of requiring effort or endurance to a degree that strengthens or improves a person's character
Adjective
Opposite of eager to acquire knowledge
Adjective
Opposite of characterized by, or given to initiating hostile encounter
Adjective
Opposite of incapable of being passed over, surmounted, or overcome
Adjective
(of a moment or occasion) Opposite of inopportune or disadvantageous
“With property prices being so high, it is now an opportune time to be putting your house up for sale.”
Preposition
Opposite of in competition with
“I find it thrilling to see Burton allied with such obviously kindred spirits, namely Keaton and Danny DeVito.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to dispute the validity of
“To the astonishment of the jury, the defendant's lawyer would accept the evidence presented by the prosecutor.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to invite someone to engage in a contest
“She would typically admit defeat and surrender every time we played chess together.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to make demands of, or prove to be a challenge to
“Having access to the internet during the family's holiday in the woods would appease the kids.”
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