Definition of "easeful" [ease•ful]

  • Affording or characterized by comfort and peace; restful. (adjective)

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Use "easeful" in a sentence
  • "The real motherly tenderness that was in this woman's heart was quickly perceived by the child, who did not move its eyes from hers, but lay perfectly still, gazing up at her in a kind of easeful rest such as it had never before known."
  • "Always saying that he sought rest, and always exhausting himself, he may have been half in love with easeful death."
  • "It loses sight of the fact that the best books – the books that last – are born of necessity, not just of the need to fill a gap in the market and give us an easeful few hours."