the quality or condition of being easy.
ease of manner; carelessness; indifference.

Origin of easiness

First recorded in 1350–1400, easiness is from the Middle English word esinesse. See easy, -ness
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Related Words for easiness

nonchalance, ease, indifference, ability, facility

Examples from the Web for easiness

Historical Examples of easiness

  • There was an easiness of manner about them that charmed him.

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    Wilmarth Lewis

  • (On Hamlet's R.) Custom hath made it in him a property of easiness.


    William Shakespeare

  • He was slim and vigorous, with a kind of easiness even in his most hasty movements.

    Sons and Lovers

    David Herbert Lawrence

  • Easiness applies to the thing done, rather than to the doer.

    English Synonyms and Antonyms

    James Champlin Fernald

  • But all this prodigality and easiness of life detracts a little from ambition.

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    Charles Dudley Warner

British Dictionary definitions for easiness



the quality or condition of being easy to accomplish, do, obtain, etc
ease or relaxation of manner; nonchalance
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