Definitions

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  • adj. Easy.

Etymologies

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From eath +‎ -y.

Examples

  • "Why, how eathy!" declared Ted, evidently lost in admiration for the simplicity of the scheme, that could never have occurred to him before.

    Afloat or, Adventures on Watery Trails

  • "He ith too eathy with you, that ith what ith the matter with him," declared Tommy abruptly.

    The Meadow-Brook Girls Under Canvas

  • My voithe ith a little huthky, Thquire, and not eathy heard by them ath don't know me; but if you'd been chilled and heated, heated and chilled, chilled and heated in the ring when you wath young, ath often ath I have been, your voithe wouldn't have lathted out, Thquire, no more than mine. '

    Hard Times

  • My voithe ith a little huthky, Thquire, and not eathy heard by them ath don’t know me; but if you’d been chilled and heated, heated and chilled, chilled and heated in the ring when you wath young, ath often ath I have been, your voithe wouldn’t have lathted out, Thquire, no more than mine.’

    Hard Times

  • Judith walked up, and said, "Mitthith North, lately you've rung tho eathy, that motht of the time I thought it mutht be a acthident, and didn't come up at futht.

    The Sable Cloud A Southern Tale With Northern Comments (1861)

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