|Derek Trotter, a.k.a Del Boy, from the classic British sitcom Only Fools & Horses|
Adjective. Colloquial (originally Anglo-Indian). Also cushty. Early 20th century.
[Urdu kushi from Persian kuš.]
Of a post, task, etc.: easy, comfortable, especially more so than might be expected.
If your vocab is lacking that little bit of Anglo-Indian Peckham piquancy, it is my kushi (Urdu 'pleasure') to introduce you to cushy, or Del Boy's favoured variation of cushty if you prefer. Of course, if you're from Britain you're probably already well used to this pukka little number as it's been in constant use since World War I. Even so, I bet you didn't know its origin was Urdu, did you, you saucy little git. Ah ha! See? That's what Lexicolatry does; brings you the creme de la menthe of cosmopolitan vocab. Mais oui, my friend, mais oui.
Do please leave your cushiest little numbers in the comment box below.