Cushy (adjective)

  1. Comfortable and easy; not demanding.
  2. Providing a high degree of comfort or luxury.

Origin:

Early 20th century: from hindi khushī "pleasure, comfort", from arabic khushī.

Examples:

  1. The job is cushy, with no heavy lifting or hard work required.
  2. He had a cushy life, with no financial worries.
  3. The cushy office chair made working at the computer a pleasure.
  4. The cushy hotel room had a balcony with a view of the ocean.
  5. The cushy job was a dream come true for him.
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