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Definition of "ease off" []

  • To reduce pressure (on someone) (verb)

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Use "ease off" in a sentence
  • "Al's big brother Measure was trying to get Ma to ease off and not get herself all worked up."
  • ""But you'd be best off, miss, to ease off on that applejack before your head spins off.""
  • "Hugh, lissome and young, and mindful of some long, hard rides of his own after Lincoln, dropped to his knees and braced experienced hands to ease off the heavy riding boots."