Easy to use or learn to use: "The public ought to be aware of the complexity of making new tax forms user-friendly” ( New York Times). (adjective)
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Use "user-friendly" in a sentence
"With its user-friendly form of worship, flexible theology, multi-leveled membership commitments, and diverse family of small groups, Saddleback Church seems to have found a way to be all things to all people, which may be one explanation for its staggering growth."
"Or a word that some now find more user-friendly than sex, even though it produces its own brand of awkwardness for suggesting that sex is somehow to be avoided: sexuality."
"By the time the World Wide Web, or WWW, was up and running with a user-friendly web browser, Mosaic, implemented in 1993, the Soviet Union was history."