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easeful

[ eez-fuhl ]
/ ˈiz fəl /
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adjective

comfortable; quiet; peaceful; restful.

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Origin of easeful

First recorded in 1325–75, easeful is from the Middle English word eisefull.See ease, -ful

OTHER WORDS FROM easeful

ease·ful·ly, adverbease·ful·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for easeful

easeful
/ (ˈiːzfʊl) /

adjective

characterized by or bringing ease; peaceful; tranquil

Derived forms of easeful

easefully, adverbeasefulness, noun
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