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Definition of "eath" [eath]

  • Easy; not hard or difficult. (adjective)
  • Easily. (adverb)

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Use "eath" in a sentence
  • "KURT VONNEGUT commented on the recent increase in hurricane intensity and frequency by saying and i paraphrase .. ‘the eath is sick of humans and is trying to regurgitate us up’!! how true!!"
  • "Consequently, the criteria of folding and faulting represent a kind of eath's ability for stability."
  • "The fourth horse is a color that's usually translated as "pale," as in Red D'eath's band--we see that again with Azraeuz's "pale steed"--but the actual Greek word is "chloros," meaning the pale yellow-green color associated with, say, zombies."
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