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pushover (n.)

also push-over, "something easily done or overcome," 1900 of jobs or tasks; 1922 of persons (incompetent boxers and easy women), from the verbal phrase; see push (v.) + over (adv.).

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Definitions of pushover from WordNet

pushover (n.)
someone who is easily taken advantage of;
pushover (n.)
any undertaking that is easy to do;
Synonyms: cinch / breeze / picnic / snap / duck soup / child's play / walkover / piece of cake
From wordnet.princeton.edu