Definition of facile
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LEM
facile
adverb
  1. easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty
  2. with superlatives or words of superiority, certainly, unquestionably, without contradiction, beyond dispute, by far, far
  3. with numerals, quite, fully
  4. with a negative, not easily, hardly
  5. readily, willingly, promptly, without hesitation
  6. pleasantly, agreeably, well
Abbreviations
facile adv. with comp. and sup. facilis, easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty: recta consilia aegrotis dare, T.: haec facile ediscere?: quo facilius otio perfruantur: id hoc facilius eis persuasit, quod, etc., Cs.: facillime fingi: facillime mederi inopiae, Cs.

—With superlatives or words of superiority, certainly, unquestionably, without contradiction, beyond dispute, by far, far: facile hic plus malist, quam illic boni, T.: doctissimus: pecuniā primus: fortuitam orationem cogitatio facile vincit.

—With numerals, quite, fully: hereditas facile ad HS tricies.

—With a negative, not easily, hardly: non facile dixerim, quicquam, etc.: haud facile ad negotium inpelli posse, S.: haud facile lubidinibus carebat, S.

—Readily, willingly, promptly, without hesitation: omnes perferre, T.: homo laborans: unguibus facile illi in oculos involem, T.: locus, ubi facilius esse possim quam Asturae.

— Pleasantly, agreeably, well: cogites, Quam vos facillume agitis, T.: copias propter exiguitatem non facile diduci, safely, Cs.
 
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