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Definition of "ease up" []

  • To become more relaxed (verb)
  • To reduce the speed (verb)

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Use "ease up" in a sentence
  • ""Eventually, the pro-Tampies will ease up on this yishyar patrol; until then, there's not much we can do."
  • "But they forgot old Mykale, clutching at the bedpost to ease up from her stiff knees."
  • ""If torpedoman Rawlings will ease up with his ravings for a moment," Hansen said, "I have a suggestion to make, Captain."