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adjective as in relieved

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“We need to do the recount so we can put people’s minds at ease,” said James.

Coronavirus infections across the greater Washington region surged past the 3,000 mark Wednesday for the first time, spreading with relative ease as caseloads set another record high.

No, but the child can exhibit more signs of ease and adaptability with gentle parenting styles and strong attachment.

Portability and ease of setup are key for wireless earbuds, and it’s important to choose a pair that’s as powerful as it is lightweight.

The Jefferson of this book is the familiar visionary and conflict-avoidance specialist who consistently fails to retire to a life of ease.

In 1993, the military eased its grip and offered a transition to civilian governance.

The United States is now the only really powerful nation to have eased into stable democratic government from the ground up.

Slayman eased the young man—Matt, from Pennsylvania—out of the car and got him on his stumbling way.

The White House eased pressure on Tehran to get a preliminary nuclear deal.

Over time he can be eased out—as long as his Alawite people are protected in some kind of federal Syria.

Fresh gangs manned the sweeps and the riders on the eastern bank eased their pace to a walk.

Wilson eased down the aisle, casually pushing a woman out of his way, and glanced over his victim's shoulder.

Two hours later, Mr. Peck entered Charlie Ward's office again and eased himself into a chair.

Janet made a wry face and with the greatest care eased herself into a chair piled with cushions.

A muscle twitched in his corded neck; Arnold eased his long frame into a chair, rubbed thumb and forefinger at his eyes.


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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to eased, such as: diminished, abated, allayed, alleviated, anesthetized, and null.

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