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- v. Past participle of ease
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. made less severe or intense; mitigated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of pain or sorrow) made easier to bear
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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.
Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest seller of computer memory chips, forecast Thursday that third-quarter operating profit likely eased from the previous quarter's record high amid signs that growth in global demand is waning.
India's headline inflation in August eased from the previous month to 8.51% year-on-year, but remained significantly above the central bank's estimate of 6% by the fiscal year end in March.
My brother Kevin eased his way to us, and we hauled my harvest out of the woods.
Somehow, being gently eased from a world of logic into a world of magic does not press my fantasy-hate button.
The pain eased a bit, and by Sunday morning I could move.
She eased from the bed, pulled on a dressing gown.
Our customers hate us so much today that they are willing to reprint all their business cards every six months with a new cellular number: what makes you think that they need to have that pain eased for them?