• WordNet 3.6
    • n pushover any undertaking that is easy to do "marketing this product will be no picnic"
    • n pushover someone who is easily taken advantage of
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In literature:

Planetary police are all pushovers and you start to feel you can go on forever if they're your only competition.
"The Misplaced Battleship" by Harry Harrison (AKA Henry Maxwell Dempsey)
Mere man is a pushover!
"History Repeats" by George Oliver Smith
This takin' charge of babies ain't no sech pushover as it looks.
"Faro Nell and Her Friends" by Alfred Henry Lewis
But Frank Brooks wasn't full of knockout drops this time, and with a clear head he was no pushover.
"Deadly City" by Paul W. Fairman
Of course, him having been places and seen and done things, I was a pushover for him.
"Hookers" by Richard F. Mann

In news:

Are you assertive , or a pushover like me.
Are you assertive, or a pushover like me.
From Pushover to Bully in No Time .
Unlike the Yankees, Tigers' World Series opponent won't be a pushover .
Jonesboro's Petty no pushover .
Luck/Colts not a pushover .
From Pushover to Bully in No Time.
I am a huge pushover .
Sheryl Crow Isn't A Pushover With Her Kids.
Check out this new unreleased song " Pushover ".
Pushover pushes sisterly relationship to brink.
Whether the win comes against a top-25 team or a conference pushover, ending a four-game losing streak is always a relief.
Are you a team player or a pushover.
(MoneyWatch) Nobody at work wants to be seen as a pushover, but some people fall into the role naturally -- in or out of the office.
Pushover pushes sisterly relationship to brink .