- The state of being comfortable or relaxed.
- She enjoyed the ease of living in a house where the servants did all the work.
- Free from pain, worry, etc.
- His mind was at ease when he took the test. He knew he had studied well.
- Free from effort, difficulty or hardship.
- He passed all the exams with ease.
- Doing something without much effort.
- He played the piano with ease.
- To be free from money problems.
- After winning the lottery, she lived a life of ease.
- Relaxation, rest and leisure.
- We took our ease on the patio.
- (transitive) To free or lessen (something) from pain, worry, agitation, etc.
- He eased his conscience telling her what he had done wrong.
- He loosened his shoe to ease the pain.
- (transitive) To loosen or relax the tension on (something).
- We eased the rope, then lowered the sail.
- (transitive) To reduce the difficulty of (something).
- We had to ease the entry requirements.
- (transitive) To move (something) slowly and carefully.
- He eased the car into the parking space.