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Use "easie" in a sentence
"All is pleasing and profoundly easie, which is an addition to the healthful Temper of the Climate; as the Sky is more clear, and the Air more serene here, I enjoy the greatest Vigour, both of Mind and Body."
"“He died at the last very easie,” recorded William Williams, a delegate from of Connecticut, “though there had been at sundry times before, the most violent and convulsive throes and exertions on the same question.”"
"Is it crazy to expect that next week will be easie ..."