ease

Part of speech: verb

To give ease; relieve; lighten.

Part of speech: noun

Freedom from disturbance; tranquillity; comfort.

Part of speech: noun

Freedom from strain or constraint; facility; naturalness.

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Usage examples "ease":

  1. Oh, the joy, and the ease, and the comfort it would be to see you walk in at this moment, and to know that you'd come to stay! - "A Question of Marriage", Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey.
  2. He bore her gaze as well as he could, but he was ill at ease. - "Concerning Sally", William John Hopkins.
  3. You may with ease learn, and you will be very glad when you have learned them; for, in your business, that sort of knowledge will often prove necessary. - "Letters to His Son, 1759-1765", The Earl of Chesterfield.