Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It is easier to say what this expression is not, than what it is.

At length her head came up a little and her breathing was easier and easier.

To me, at least, the blow is easier to bear when I know that His beloved hand didn't strike it.

"I don't see any easier way to get half a million," he said aggressively.

The parting was easier than might have been expected, for we all rose to the occasion.

It is easier to set forces of love or hate moving than to check them in motion.

Farming is hard work, and I hope my boys will have an easier time than I had.

He tugged at his collar as if to breathe the easier, cleared his throat and began again.

What would be easier than to leave you here--for the wolves, or these Indians here?

The easier task, that of directing the machine, is left to the husband.'