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How to use easts in a sentence

Nothing escapes his keen notice as he easts his flies, hither and yon, in the eager expectation of a rise.
FISHING WITH THE FLYCHARLES F. ORVIS AND OTHERS
It was known that the Easts were putting by money: and Honey Fair wondered: for none lived more comfortably, more respectably.
MRS. HALLIBURTON'S TROUBLESMRS. HENRY WOOD
It became quite a common thing for him to go round and pass an hour with the Easts and Stephen Crouch.
MRS. HALLIBURTON'S TROUBLESMRS. HENRY WOOD
About half the people made a mad rush for the Easts and the other half rushes for the Stars, and there's only six policemen there.
WILLIAM ADOLPHUS TURNPIKEWILLIAM BANKS
And all the Easts piles on to Tip and it took the police fifteen minutes to get 'em untied.
WILLIAM ADOLPHUS TURNPIKEWILLIAM BANKS
The Easts had removed to a better house; one of those which had a garden in front of it.
MRS. HALLIBURTON'S TROUBLESMRS. HENRY WOOD
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