ease

Synonyms and related words:
Atticism, Bohemianism, Easy Street, abandon, abate, abatement, abet, abundance, acceptance, adeptness, adroitness, advance, affability, affluence, aid, alienation, allay, allayment, alleviate, alleviation, allow for, ameliorate, amusement, analgesia, anesthesia, anesthetize, anesthetizing, animal pleasure, aplomb, appease, appeasement, appropriateness, artfulness, artlessness, assist, assistance, assuage, assuagement, assure, attenuate, avail, bail out, bate, be light, bear a hand, bear up, bed of roses, befriend, benefit, benumb, better, bodily pleasure, calm, calm down, calming, calmness, carnal delight, casualness, chasteness, chastity, cheer, clarity, classicalism, classicism, clear, clear coast, clear road, clear the way, clearness, cleverness, clover, color, comeliness, comfort, common touch, compose, composure, condole with, content, contentedness, contentment, convenience, cool, cordiality, correctness, coziness, cradle, creature comforts, cushion, deaden, deaden the pain, deadening, decrease, deftness, diffuse, dignity, dilute, diminish, diminishment, diminution, directness, disburden, discrimination, disencumber, disengage, disjoin, dispatch, disperse, distinction, do good, doctor, dulcify, dull, dulling, ease matters, ease off, ease up, easement, easiness, easing, easy circumstances, easy going, easygoingness, efficiency, effortlessness, elegance, elegancy, encourage, endpleasure, enjoyment, entertainment, entire satisfaction, euphoria, even out, expedite, expertise, expertness, explain, extenuate, facileness, facilitate, facility, familiarity, favor, felicitousness, felicity, finish, fittingness, fleshpots, flow, flowing periods, fluency, fluff, folksiness, foment, forepleasure, forward, free, free time, freedom, fruition, fulfillment, fun, further, gentle, give a boost, give a hand, give a lift, give comfort, give help, give relief, gloss over, good offices, good taste, goof-off time, grace, gracefulness, gracility, gracious life, gracious living, graciousness, gratification, grease, grease the ways, grease the wheels, great satisfaction, guide, gusto, happiness, hasten, have little weight, hearten, hearty enjoyment, help, help along, highroad, homeliness, homeyness, hush, idle hours, idleness, ignore, improve, inactivity, inch, inertia, inertness, informality, informalness, ingenuousness, insouciance, intellectual pleasure, intelligibility, irregularity, joie de vivre, keen pleasure, kick the beam, kicks, knack, knead, lack of hindrance, lap of luxury, lax, laxate, lay, leisure, lend a hand, lend one aid, lessen, lessening, let down, let go, let up, let up on, liberate, life of ease, lighten, limber, limber up, limpidity, loaves and fishes, loose, loosen, looseness, lubricate, lucidity, lull, lulling, luxury, make allowance for, make clear, make light, make lighter, make way for, manipulate, mash, massage, mellow, milden, mince, ministration, ministry, mitigate, mitigation, moderation, mollification, mollify, naturalness, neatness, nonchalance, numb, numbing, odd moments, off-load, offhandedness, office, offices, oil, open the way, open up, opulence, pacify, pad, palliate, palliation, passivity, pave the way, peace, peace and quiet, peace of mind, peacefulness, pellucidity, perspicuity, physical pleasure, plain sailing, plainness, plane sailing, pleasure, plenty, plump, poetry, poise, polish, poultice, pour balm into, pour oil on, prepare the way, proffer aid, promote, propriety, prosperity, prosperousness, protect, protection, pulp, purity, put at ease, quell, quicken, quiet, quiet pleasure, quieten, rally, reassure, reclaim, reconcilement, reconciliation, redeem, reduce, reduce weight, reduction, refinement, relax, relaxation, relaxedness, release, relief, relieve, relish, remedy, remit, remove friction, render assistance, repose, rescue, resignation, rest, restfulness, restore, restraint, resuscitate, retirement, revive, rock, rock to sleep, royal road, run interference for, salve, salving, satisfaction, save, scatter, security, seemliness, self-gratification, self-indulgence, semiretirement, sensual pleasure, sensuous pleasure, serenity, service, set at ease, set up, sexual pleasure, shake up, simplicity, simplify, skillfulness, slack, slack off, slack up, slacken, slake, sleep, slip, slow down, slur over, smash, smooth, smooth down, smooth over, smooth road, smooth sailing, smooth the way, smoothen, smoothness, soap the ways, sociability, soft-pedal, soften, soften up, softening, solace, solid comfort, soothe, soothing, spare time, speed, spontaneity, squash, stabilize, steady, steer, still, straight sailing, straightforwardness, stupe, subdue, subduement, success, succor, supple, support, sweetness of life, sympathize with, take in tow, taste, tastefulness, tenderize, terseness, the affluent life, the good life, therapy, thriving, thriving condition, time, time to kill, time to spare, titillation, tone down, tranquilize, tranquillity, tune down, unaffectedness, unballast, unbar, unbend, unblock, unbrace, unburden, unbuttoned ease, unceremoniousness, unclog, uncomplexity, uncomplicatedness, unconcern, unconstrainedness, unconstraint, unconventionality, unglue, unjam, unlade, unlax, unleash, unload, unpretentiousness, unrestraint, unstick, unstrain, unstring, untighten, unwind, upward mobility, varnish, velvet, voluptuousness, water down, weaken, weal, wealth, weigh lightly, welfare, well-being, whitewash, zest

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Ease — ([=e]z), n. [OE. ese, eise, F. aise; akin to Pr. ais, aise, OIt. asio, It. agio; of uncertain origin; cf. L. ansa handle, occasion, opportunity. Cf. {Agio}, {Disease}.] 1. Satisfaction; pleasure; hence, accommodation; entertainment. [Obs.] [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ease — [iːz] verb 1. [intransitive, transitive] if limits, rules, restrictions etc are eased, or someone eases them, they become less strict: • India is easing rules for joint ventures with foreign concerns. 2. [intransitive, transitive] if interest… …   Financial and business terms

  • Ease — ([=e]z), v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. {Eased} ([=e]zd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Easing}.] [OE. esen, eisen, OF. aisier. See {Ease}, n.] 1. To free from anything that pains, disquiets, or oppresses; to relieve from toil or care; to give rest, repose, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ease — may refer to:*Ease (programming language) *Ease (novel), by Patrick Gale *EASE/ACCESS, an experiment which flew on the Space Shuttle in 1985 *Methylone, a substitute for the drug ecstacy, marketed briefly in New Zealand under the brand name… …   Wikipedia

  • Ease — 0.4 unter Ubuntu 10.10 Basisdaten Entwickler Nate Stedman, Stéphane Maniaci A …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • ease — [ēz] n. [ME ese < OFr aise < VL * adjaces < L adjacens, lying nearby, hence easy to reach: see ADJACENT] 1. freedom from pain, worry, or trouble; comfort 2. freedom from stiffness, formality, or awkwardness; natural, easy manner; poise 3 …   English World dictionary

  • ease up on — [phrasal verb] 1 a ease up on (someone) : to treat (someone) in a less harsh or demanding way The students might respond better if the teacher eased up on them a little. 1 b ease up on (something) : to apply less pressure to ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • ease — [n1] peace, quiet; lack of difficulty affluence, ataraxia, bed of roses*, calm, calmness, comfort, content, contentment, easiness, enjoyment, gratification, happiness, idleness, inactivity, inertia, inertness, leisure, luxury, passivity, peace of …   New thesaurus

  • ease — ► NOUN 1) absence of difficulty or effort. 2) freedom from worries or problems. ► VERB 1) make or become less serious or severe. 2) move carefully or gradually. 3) (ease off/up) do something with more moderation …   English terms dictionary

  • Ease Up — is an EP by Mike Paradinas released in 2005 under his main moniker, µ ziq . Track listing # Ease Up 7.00 # Wergle the Proud 4.01 # Ease Up V.I.P. 12.28 …   Wikipedia

  • ease\ up — • ease off • ease up v To make or become less nervous; relax; work easier. When the boss realized that John had been overworking, he eased off his load. With success and prosperity, Mr. Smith was able to ease off. Compare: let up(3) …   Словарь американских идиом

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