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Definition of "eased" []

  • Freedom from discomfort, worry, or anxiety (noun)
  • Lack of difficulty, labour, or awkwardness; facility (noun)
  • Rest, leisure, or relaxation (noun)
  • Freedom from poverty or financial embarrassment; affluence (noun)
  • Lack of restraint, embarrassment, or stiffness (noun)
  • To make or become less burdensome (verb)
  • To relieve (a person) of worry or care; comfort (verb)
  • To make comfortable or give rest to (verb)
  • To make less difficult; facilitate (verb)
  • To move or cause to move into, out of, etc, with careful manipulation (verb)
  • To lessen or cause to lessen in severity, pressure, tension, or strain; slacken, loosen, or abate (verb)
  • Past participle of ease (verb)

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Use "eased" in a sentence
  • "The next cut made his jaw tighten, but as he watched the blood flow, his expression eased."
  • "Tmolus, were all for the same term eased of tribute."
  • "Anduin smiled at the dwarf, pleased to see that the term eased Magni’s taut features, at least a little."