ease[ eez ]SEE DEFINITION OF ease
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EASE
"He said he was poor," urged Billy, who had been rather taken with the ease of Arledge's manner.
Might it not be well to ease up a little after he's out there?
The gentlemen were smoking, and some of the ladies were trying to look at ease with cigarettes.
But, if it be to ease her heart, and not to dispute my will, you may hear her out.
And for them—and so for us—this is no time of ease or of rest.
If I have not, when my mind is more at ease, I will endeavour to please you better.
I want to speak of Him with the same kind of ease as of the life-principle.
I refused the offers, because my Master's work was of more importance than my ease.
He was oppressed with his weariness, and he longed for peace and ease of mind to come to him.
Were not her poor friends the more sorely tried that she was dwelling at ease?