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Someone who is easily swayed or influenced to change his/her mind or comply.
push +"Ž over; US 1906 of things, 1926 of people (bad boxers and easy women), popularized by Jack Conway of Variety.
Do you view Amy as a selfless victim or an easy pushover?
A potential pushover try was deemed to have been held up and Welwyn were awarded a scrum 5 meters from the Haringey line.
He's proven time and again that he will not be a pushover, in direct contrast to some of the incompetent and weak referees from the professional wrestling world.
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