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Sometimes a mild painkiller is enough to ease the pain.
Colleagues are trying to ease the pressure she is under at work.
In the following two weeks tensions eased somewhat.
She eased into the seat behind the desk.
Joseph eased himself off the bed.
I eased my way through the crowd.
Monica slowly eased the cork out of the champagne bottle.
Slowly his grip on her shoulder eased.
I waited until the child’s breathing eased.
Sanctions against the country should be eased.
The finance ministry has eased restrictions on the movement of capital.
These ideas helped to ease our transition to democracy.