easiness easiness


  1. (n) a feeling of refreshing tranquility and an absence of tension or worry
  2. (n) freedom from difficulty or hardship or effort
  3. (n) the quality of being easy in behavior or style


  1. But such unwonted easiness and good feeling on the part of their long-embattled President has evidently set some Argentines to wondering.
  2. Americans have such easiness of approach.
  3. For the past year, the un easiness of Spain's military leaders had come to focus on five major areas: the press, the lawyers, labor, the church and the universities.


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  1. In his notes, Kors called the overall look "sleek sun-kissed glamour." "It had the flavor of the '80s with it's A-lines, ruffles and easiness, but it had the classic preppy colors."
    on Sep 9, 2007 By: Michael Kors Source: Forbes

  2. Ibn Taymiyyah said, "The heart cannot be good, prosper, have felicity and easiness, enjoy and have tranquillity except through the worship of its Lord alone. Even if it attains all pleasures of this world it will not get peace and tranquillity, for...
    on Oct 17, 2006 By: Ibn Taymiyya Source: Gulf Times

  3. Pearlman emphasized the "fun (for the players), an easiness oozing through the Long Island clubhouse that can't be found in the big leagues," including the fact they stick around long after games.
    on Jul 6, 2007 By: Jeff Pearlman Source: Connecticut Post

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