[ UK /ˌʌndɪmˈɑːndɪŋ/ ]
  1. requiring little if any patience or effort or skill
    an undemanding boss
    simple undemanding affection
    the pay was adequate and the job undemanding
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How To Use undemanding In A Sentence

  • Peonies are undemanding plants, requiring only a reasonably good soil with moderate drainage.
  • Mary is too comfortably ensconced in her modest, undemanding job ever to consider making a change.
  • He's pretty undemanding, as far as boyfriends go.
  • Honeysuckles are easy, undemanding climbers with interestingly shaped, wonderfully scented flowers.
  • They were pretty much the preserve of undemanding male audiences. Times, Sunday Times
  • Alternatively, you may want to stay in the same place because the work is undemanding and fits around the rest of your life.
  • As in Mackenzie's writing, the result is entertaining but undemanding.
  • She was a pleasant and undemanding companion.
  • So I left Price Waterhouse and took an undemanding book-keeping job so that I'd have more time to write. RESCUING ROSE
  • Otherwise it's an undemanding walk or paddle between bays in one of the most beautiful and protected parts of New Zealand.
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