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  • adj. Obsolete spelling of easy.


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  • 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.

    Pliny's Epistles in Ten Books: Volume 1, Books 1-6

  • “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.”

    Robert Morris

  • Is it crazy to expect that next week will be easie ...

    this morning's sent messages

  • No Prince was ever more easie of access to his servants and subjects.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • Health, that first step to Happiness: Nay, I thought, if I had a Wife that was good − humour'd, how many other Disagreements soever she had belonged to her, I could make my self easie, and live honest, without considering that my Misbehaviour was the Cause of her ill Humour.

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  • Mistress; insomuch that I liv'd easie, and as happy as any of her

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  • Diepe; but the Gentleman advis'd her, by Diepe; for being got so far towards Rohan, it was easie and cheap getting, to Diepe, and so cross over to Rye; But Mrs. Vileman reply'd, she could not go directly thence; because she must carry that young Gentlewoman to the Conventassign'd for her

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  • Jewels, and gave her, without counting, bad her look out a decent House, and therewithal furnish the same, make her self easie, for she should not be abandoned.

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  • The good Knight laughed at the Man's Folly, and advised his Lady to seem easie, and not discourage her Lover, till such time as he should contrive his Punishment.

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  • How far these kind of Complements might have given me Vanity at another time, I know not; but now they were a true Mortification; for nothing made this humble Task sit more easie, than the Belief, that no body knew me.

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