easing

[ UK /ˈiːzɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈizɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a change for the better
  2. the act of reducing something unpleasant (as pain or annoyance)
    he asked the nurse for relief from the constant pain
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How To Use easing In A Sentence

  • Wine lovers in the U.S. are increasingly describing their favorite vintage as molto buono, instead of très bon.
  • Now, though, insurers find they are increasingly paying out for teenagers crashing expensive vehicles that they would not normally have the ghost of a chance of obtaining cover for.
  • The recession shows no signs of easing in the immediate future.
  • Philips is also exploring the potential of applying LED to help 'declutter' city streets increasingly obscured by a variety of elements, including lighting fixtures. WebWire | Recent Headlines
  • An increasing number of plays are now being signed.
  • And it is no longer the province of secularists and the left, but is increasingly fanned by religionists and the right.
  • The countless mini-roundabouts popping up where there just simply isn't room for a roundabout is another danger, increasing the number of small shunts & bumps.
  • In a healthy pregnancy, cells that come from the embryo's placenta-called trophoblast cells-move into the walls of the uterus and help to open up maternal arteries, thereby increasing the available blood and nutrient supply. Slate Articles
  • Arnold stood again, a worried frown creasing his features.
  • Times when the range is not used are increasingly infrequent and rarely coincide with ideal surfing conditions. Times, Sunday Times
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