Another word for ease
Freedom from pain or anxiety
comfort, rest, quietness, peace, relaxed physical state, tranquil rest, relaxation, leisure, repose, easiness, satisfaction, well-being, calm, calmness, restfulness, serenity, security, tranquillity, ataraxia, bed of roses, solace, consolation.
Freedom from difficulty
facility, adroitness, expertise, expertness, dispatch, efficiency, knack, readiness, quickness, skillfulness, dexterity, artfulness, cleverness, smoothness, effortlessness, child's play, clear sailing, snap*, breeze*, cinch*; see also cinch.
Freedom from stiffness or awkwardness
Freedom from poverty
To relieve of pain
alleviate, allay, relieve, mitigate, lessen, assuage, tranquilize, sedate, drug, administer an opiate, administer a sedative, anesthetize, render less painful, give relief, comfort, give an anesthetic, fit a splint, relieve pressure, cure, attend to, doctor, nurse, ameliorate, restore to health, palliate, soothe, abate, reduce, lighten, poultice, meliorate.
To lessen pressure or tension
slacken, loosen, relax, prop up, lift, hold up, set at ease, make comfortable, comfort, raise, disburden, unburden, release, soften, give repose to, free from anxiety, relieve, relieve one's mind, lighten, let up on, give rest to, quiet, calm, pacify, soothe, cheer; see also comfort.
To move carefully
To make easier
Another word for easenoun
Freedom, especially from pain:alleviation, assuagement, mitigation, palliation, relief. See increase
Freedom from constraint, formality, embarrassment, or awkwardness:casualness, easiness, informality, naturalness, poise, spontaneity, unceremoniousness, unrestraint. See restraint, tighten
Freedom from labor, responsibility, or strain:leisure, relaxation, repose, rest1. See continue
The ability to perform without apparent effort:easiness, effortlessness, facileness, facility, readiness. See easy
Steady good fortune or financial security:comfort, prosperity, prosperousness. (Informal) easy street. Idioms: comfortable (or easy) circumstances, the good life. See rich, thrive
To make less severe or more bearable:allay, alleviate, assuage, comfort, lessen, lighten2, mitigate, palliate, relieve. See increase
To reduce in tension, pressure, or rigidity:let up, loose, loosen, relax, slack, slacken, untighten. See tighten
To become or cause to become less active or intense.Off or up: abate, bate, die (away, down, off, or out), ebb, fall, fall off, lapse, let up, moderate, remit, slacken, slack off, subside, wane. See increase
To make less difficult:expedite, facilitate. Idioms: clear (or prepare) the way for, grease the wheels, open the door for (or to). See easy
To maneuver gently and slowly into place:glide, slide, slip. See careful, easy
To advance carefully and gradually:edge, sidle. See careful, move