Definition of effortlessly in English:

effortlessly

adverb

  • In a manner requiring no physical or mental exertion.

    ‘I watched the man effortlessly glide across the mountainside trail’
    as submodifier ‘effortlessly cool models’
    • ‘He eases through country dance songs while adding in his effortlessly impressive trademark guitar solos.’
    • ‘In many places his descriptions are lyrical, elegiac, and effortlessly compelling.’
    • ‘Each character's tiniest word or gesture rang eerily true for me, and all of the performances were so effortlessly convincing.’
    • ‘By day he was well-liked, funny and effortlessly clever at grammar school.’
    • ‘They're so effortlessly natural it's as if they're not acting.’
    • ‘Huppert effortlessly portrays a woman driven by many forces.’
    • ‘Ironically both pictures quickly returned to the London market and were then effortlessly acquired by the gallery.’
    • ‘A wall, as these architects so effortlessly demonstrate, may be many things.’
    • ‘We never learn what drives him to effortlessly excel over everyone and everything he encounters.’
    • ‘Lombard returned and climbed effortlessly down the cliff face.’

Pronunciation

effortlessly

/ˈɛfətləsli/