Definition of easy meat in English:

easy meat

informal A person who is easily overcome or outwitted: with no family money to protect him, he was easy meat
More example sentences
  • They were on foot, and that should have made them easy meat, despite their head start, yet none of the men Churnazh could fully trust had found a trace of them.
  • It was probably just some guy, he was positive it was a male, who thought Dyllis would be easy meat and might even be locked up now anyway.
  • It became apparent that if we were to encounter enemies, we would be easy meat.
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