unexacting


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unexacting

(ˌʌnɪɡˈzæktɪŋ)
adj
not exacting; relaxed rather than sternly precise
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Adj.1.unexacting - not rigorous; "relaxed and unexacting standards"
undemanding - requiring little if any patience or effort or skill; "the pay was adequate and the job undemanding"; "simple undemanding affection"; "an undemanding boss"
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unexacting

adj standards etcanspruchlos, keine hohen Anforderungen stellend; work etcleicht, nicht anstrengend
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References in classic literature ?
There was a stock of ladies' and gentlemen's bicycles in a state of disrepair that passes description, and these, the hiring stock, were let to unexacting and reckless people, inexpert in the things of this world, at a nominal rate of one shilling for the first hour and sixpence per hour afterwards.
Finally, while contemplating the society-war-religion relationship, Jakov Jukic claimed that 'in order to take all this unexacting, they turn the terrible war into a calming religious ceremony, the fierce and bloody fight into a big holy game of expenditure and destruction--victory into lavish religious holidays, and defeat into inviolable taboos' (1995, p.
Being an improvement on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is, however, an unexacting benchmark.
Despite just one previous innings on tour, and a score of eight on that occasion in rainy Hobart, Pietersen did not appear to be putting too high a price on his wicket in unexacting circumstances.
Even compared to the unexacting standard of other post-Communist societies, Russia's health trajectory looked bad over these years--in fact, it may have been the worst of these nations.
Such devices are used widely thanks to the promptness of measurement, unexacting organization of measurement, training of workers and also their financial availability.
The following season he strolled through an unexacting winter campaign before returning to the festival for the Champion Hurdle, for which he was an extraordinarily generous 3-1 favourite.
self-reliant, solitary, individualistic), perfectionism (tolerates disorder, unexacting, flexible vs.
But--and apologies to du Fresne--none of these pleasures make up for the fact that this is a shoddy book, that unexacting work of this nature is unacceptable, and that readers in other cultures, perhaps in Denmark, will garner a distorted picture of New Zealand's literature, and a diminished sense of du Fresne's place within it.
Reconstructing the history of a chronic illness is always difficult and remains an unexacting science due to known, unknown, and undetermined factors that influence disease expression over time.