Synonyms for smooth sailing

Grammar : Noun

Top 10 synonyms for smooth sailing Other synonyms for the word smooth sailing

Définition of smooth sailing

  • As in picnic : noun easy undertaking
  • As in snap : noun easy thing to accomplish
  • As in plain sailing : noun easy path
  • As in informality : noun ease
  • As in ease : noun facility, freedom
  • As in facility : noun ease; ability
Example sentences :
  • Some people seem to be born for fair weather and smooth sailing.
  • Extract from : « The Love Affairs of an Old Maid » by Lilian Bell
  • But you must not suppose it was all sunshine and smooth sailing for Bertie Rivers.
  • Extract from : « Little Folks (Septemeber 1884) » by Various
  • It was not all smooth sailing in that Home after Tim Lumpy entered it!
  • Extract from : « Dusty Diamonds Cut and Polished » by R.M. Ballantyne
  • All settled down to enjoy the smooth sailing that was before them once more.
  • Extract from : « Klondike Nuggets » by E. S. Ellis
  • President Angell's administration, however, was by no means all smooth sailing.
  • Extract from : « The University of Michigan » by Wilfred Shaw
  • I did not have all smooth sailing, and, at times, I would all but give up.
  • Extract from : « Tuskegee & Its People: Their Ideals and Achievements » by Various
  • All was not smooth sailing, however, even here in the wilderness.
  • Extract from : « Historic Events of Colonial Days » by Rupert S. Holland
  • It should be smooth sailing now that the hurdle of New York was past.
  • Extract from : « And Then the Town Took Off » by Richard Wilson
  • At least, to all outward appearances it had been smooth sailing.
  • Extract from : « Dorothy Dixon and the Double Cousin » by Dorothy Wayne
  • “It will not be all smooth sailing, you know, May,” he said.
  • Extract from : « A Country Sweetheart » by Dora Russell

Antonyms for smooth sailing

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