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easily

[ ee-zuh-lee, eez-lee ]
/ ˈi zə li, ˈiz li /
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adverb
in an easy manner; with ease; without trouble: The traffic moved along easily.
beyond question; by far: easily the best.
likely; well: He may easily change his mind.
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Origin of easily

First recorded in 1250–1300, easily is from the Middle English word esily.See easy, -ly

OTHER WORDS FROM easily

o·ver·eas·i·ly, adverb
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How to use easily in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for easily

easily
/ (ˈiːzɪlɪ) /

adverb
with ease; without difficulty or exertion
by far; beyond question; undoubtedlyhe is easily the best in the contest
probably; almost certainlyhe may easily come first

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Other Idioms and Phrases with easily

easily

see breathe easy (easily); easier (more easily) said than done.

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