While reading a scientific paper I stumbled about their usage of the word "toilless" (they write it like that, even though I get corrected to "toil less" when typing it).
As the whole paper is, to say the least, not perfect in language usage I am somewhat hesitant to link it here. I am not perfect myself and don't want to make somebody look like a fool.
The way they use it is like "effortless", for example:
One method is relatively toilless, while the other is much more challenging.
So, getting curious, I started to search the web, first did not find "toilless" at all, then found something at the Free Online Dictionary.
"Free from toil", this description was quite clear to me.
But do you really use this word? Do you have any examples of correct usage for me? It sounds rather old-fashioned or maybe specific to some field. (Though not the one the paper was about, which I know rather well.)