Eases synonyms

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Comfort means to give a sense of peace to someone.
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To lessen or alleviate something, such as pain or a symptom.
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Allay is defined as to settle or calm someone or something.
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Without movement; motionlessly:
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To lessen or reduce:
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To lead (a discussion), as by asking questions, mediating between opposing viewpoints, or ensuring that all participants' views are heard.
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Cheer means to comfort, encourage or bring joy.
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To restore to ease, comfort, or tranquility; relieve; calm; quiet; refresh.
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To calm or soothe (a feeling, such as anger).
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To calm means to soothe and pacify someone to make him free of stress, or to become free of stress yourself.
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In a quiet manner
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To become lighter in weight
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To make less harsh, strident, or critical:
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To loosen; to relax; to remove the obligation of.
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To relieve (oneself or one's soul, mind, etc.) by revealing or disclosing (something hard to bear, as guilt)
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To get rid of (a burden); unload
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To bring up; to grow; to promote.
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To collect, as moneys due; to raise.
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To release from intense concentration, hard work, worry, etc.; give rest to
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To remove costiveness from; to facilitate or increase the alvine discharges of.
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To reduce the tension of; relax; loosen
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Expedite is defined as to make something happen more quickly.
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To deduct or omit. [First attested from around (1350 to 1470).]
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To use a drug to sedate a person or animal.
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To take a photograph; to release a camera's shutter (which may make a snapping sound).
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(Statistics, image processing, digital audio) To capture important patterns in the data, while leaving out noise.
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To reduce to fundamental parts.
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2011 September 29, Jon Smith, “Tottenham 3-1 Shamrock Rovers"", BBC Sport:
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To lower the price of:
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To calm; to bring peace to; to influence someone who was furious to the point that he or she becomes content or at least no longer irate.
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To palliate is to make something less painful or unpleasant, or to calm fears.
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(Archaic) To reduce the rigidity of; soften.
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(Intransitive) To act as a moderator; to assist in bringing to compromise
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(Figuratively) To guide, steer, manage purposefully
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(Intransitive) to act as a guide.
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To mitigate or lessen.
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(Music) To reduce (a perfect or minor interval) by a semitone.
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To give contentment or satisfaction; to satisfy; to gratify; to appease.
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To breach (a security system).
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To breeze is defined as to accomplish something very easily or to come and go casually and easily without stress.
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The definition of assuage is to fulfill the needs of.
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To placate or attempt to placate (a threatening nation, for example) by granting concessions, often at the expense of principle.
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2011 December 16, Denis Campbell, “Hospital staff 'lack skills to cope with dementia patients'”, Guardian:
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To provide for one's own needs; get along:
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To edge is defined as to give something a border or to slowly move in a specific direction.
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(Ergative) To (cause to) move in continuous contact with a surface
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To join is defined as to bring or connect together or to become part of something that already exists.
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To put or introduce into the body of something; interpolate:
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To be the proper size and shape for:
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To get free from a tangle
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To extricate is defined as to set free.
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(Physics) To bring about (an electric or magnetic effect) in a body by exposing it to the influence or variation of a field of force
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To make better, to improve; to heal or solve a problem.
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The definition of ameliorate is to improve or make better.
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To tend the sick, injured, etc. as a nurse
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To physically alter (medically or surgically) a living being in order to change growth or behavior.
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To effect a cure or recovery:
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To administer a drug to
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(Archaic) To belittle; minimize; disparage
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To fall into fault or error. Often used with up.
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Glide is defined as to move easily or flow smoothly.
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To decrease gradually in size, number, strength, or intensity:
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To sink or fall to the bottom; to settle, as lees.
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To refer (something) for deliberation, judgment, etc. (to a particular body or person).
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(Intransitive) To fall into error or heresy.
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To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
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To weaken or lessen; decline
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Off is defined as to be less than.
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Toward or at a low or lower point on a scale:
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(Followed by “off"") to procrastinate; to be lazy
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In a loose manner.
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Freedom from artificial ornament, pretentious style, or luxury; plainness; as, simplicity of dress, of style, or of language; simplicity of diet; simplicity of life.
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The condition of being informal.
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Rest
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Comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or distress; consolation.
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Measures adopted to prevent escape:
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Acquaintance with or knowledge of something:
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Ease and dignity of manner; self-assurance; composure
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Spontaneous behavior, impulse, or movement.
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The definition of a facility is a building or room which was created to serve a specific purpose or is the ease of doing something.
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A simple saddle girth used in Mexico.
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Prosperity is the state of being wealthy, or having a rich and full life.
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The extent to which a resource, such as electricity, is used for the intended purpose; the ratio of useful work to energy expended.
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A mission by an emergency response service, typically attend to an emergency in the field.
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Rescue from a siege:
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A lessening of or rest from work, worry, or effort
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A consoling or being consoled; comfort; solace
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Pleasure or contentment derived from such gratification:
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Public security and order:
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Anything very easy to accomplish
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The sending of troops or ships on special service
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The definition of expertise is advanced knowledge or skill.
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To mar or otherwise treat (an object or fabric, for example) to give the appearance of an antique or of heavy prior use.
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(Economics) To raise short-term interest rates.
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(Statistics) To assign weights or a weight to.
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(Archaic) To harass or disturb by repeated attacks.
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To cause someone to feel impatient or angry; annoy:
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To keep bringing up, going over, or returning to (a matter difficult to solve)
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Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
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(Intransitive) To become worse; to get worse; to deteriorate.
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To confuse or trouble with uncertainty or doubt.
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Make (someone) worried or anxious
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To discomfort is defined as to make someone feel uncomfortable or to cause slight pain.
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Blunder means to say or do something in a careless or stupid way.
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To push, especially roughly or with force
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To break down or open by force:
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The definition of aggravate means to make worse or to annoy.
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To cause physical harm to; hurt:
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To cause mental distress or pain to; wound the feelings of; offend
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An obstacle that hinders achievement of a goal.
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Stress means physical or mental tension.
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Bodily suffering characterized by such feelings:
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Perplexity is a feeling of being confused.
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A difficulty, problem, condition, or action contributing to such a situation.
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Tumult; commotion; uproar; confusion
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A regulation or limitation that restricts.
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(Psychology) Conscious or unconscious restraint of a behavioral process, desire, or impulse.
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The work involved in performing an activity; exertion.
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Confinement or restriction
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The state or quality of being awkward
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To help bring about or further the growth or establishment of
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To refrain from; avoid or resist. Used with can or cannot:
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To stir the emotions:
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Sumptuous or extremely comfortable living or surroundings:
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Control or repression of feelings; constraint.
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Wealthy people considered as a group. Often used with the :
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