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Noun
The absence of difficulty or effort
“The lithe gymnast could handle even the most demanding moves with complete ease.”
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The absence of embarrassment, constraint, discomfort or awkwardness
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“The ease by which he was able to quickly develop a rapport with others was almost uncanny.”
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Freedom from worries or problems
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“He retired with a healthy investment portfolio, and was now ready to commence a life of ease.”
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Reduction of, or freedom, from pain
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“The balm provided by the maestro would provide Kramer with some instant ease for his burn.”
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The state or feeling of being calm and in control of oneself
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The quality of being prosperous
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Comfort, ease or enjoyment that has been provided or facilitated by something
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Smoothness and elegance of movement
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The state of being easy or simple to execute or accomplish
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The ability to express oneself easily and articulately
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A state or period of rest, relaxation or enjoyment
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The state or quality of being affable, friendly, or approachable
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Comfort zone
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Remedy or compensation for a wrong or grievance
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The impressive manner or appearance of a person
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Willingness to do something
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The power of self-determination
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A short period of rest or relief from something difficult or unpleasant
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The action or process of releasing or being released
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Fashionable elegance and sophistication
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A simple or easy task
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To make more bearable
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“Lemongrass, geranium, and ginger are thought to be able to help ease digestive difficulties.”
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To reduce in intensity
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“Sleep would ease the effects of the drug, but right now, Bixby wanted to be alert.”
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To free from anxiety or worry
“It would certainly ease my mind if I could figure out what the cause of the problem is.”
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To become less serious or severe
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“Kelly was overburdened with work, but the tension she felt would ease once help arrived.”
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To facilitate or reduce the difficulty of
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“Members have established a website to ease the dissemination of information about their work.”
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To move (something or oneself) slowly and carefully
“I would slowly ease the cork out of the champagne bottle.”
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To loosen or slacken the tension of
“Once the ladder is past the point you wish to access, ease the rope until the ladder locks into position.”
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To pass a length of something through an opening
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To push, fold, or turn (the edges or ends of something, especially a garment or bedclothes) so as to hide or secure them
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To adjust in order to make fair or equal
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To contribute in some way to
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To make (a rough surface) smooth
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To set free, especially from entanglement or difficulty
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To cheat or trick
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To free from burden, or relieve from trouble or worry
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