Sentence for ease | Use ease in a sentence

Ease sentence examples. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use ease in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for ease.

  • I was just as much at my ease! (9)
  • Ease for her conscience? (8)
  • Mrs. Weston would be at ease. (4)
  • Adrian, too, was ill at ease. (10)
  • Ease your heart about Philip. (10)
  • Would it ease you to speak out? (12)
  • Otherwise she was not ill at ease. (10)
  • Her ease and good spirits increased. (4)
  • It meant that nobody was quite at ease. (1)
  • When his pride is at ease he is a prince. (10)
  • In any ease, try to look into your own breast. (10)
  • Now go and ease your feet with a run over the town. (10)
  • But in spite of his calmness, he too was ill at ease. (8)
  • Jeff lay back in his chair at large ease and chuckled. (9)
  • Visibly, that man Jarniman was disposed of with ease. (10)
  • Yet it would be idle to say that his mind was at ease. (8)
  • Her hands were moving nervously; she looked ill at ease. (8)
  • His offer was wealth: that is, luxury, amusement, ease. (10)
  • His eyelids quivered, rested; the whole face rested; at ease. (8)
  • Her gestures were of an exquisitely calculated ease and charm. (12)
  • If he had remembered even less he would have been more at ease. (8)
  • He lost his naturalness through forcing for ease in the teeth of insult. (10)
  • His idealism was roused; and when that is so, one is never quite at ease. (8)
  • More at ease now she packed, avoided her aunt, and took a bus to Chiswick. (8)
  • She rose on the huge waves with more ease and labored less on each crest. (18)
  • But had she any right to ease her conscience if it brought harm to her lover? (8)
  • Nothing was left to do but ease her pain by increasing the doses of morphine. (12)
  • He surprised himself by his ease among men whose names had hitherto overawed him. (9)
  • I have known rustic revels in my youth: The May-fly pleasures of a mind at ease. (10)
  • Your fault has been to quit active service, General, and love your ease too well. (10)
  • Her heart was not so much at ease, nor her satisfaction in their amusements so pure. (4)
  • The past suspense of the morning had been ease and quiet to the present disappointment. (4)
  • The sylph-like ease with which the Countess floated over this foul abysm was miraculous. (10)
  • He looked like a man fond of ease, who had gone out of his groove, and collided with life. (8)
  • It was necessary for me to ease it of some burdens, and you regarded that action as a sin. (12)
  • She saw Renee sitting stonily, too proudly self-respecting to put on a mask of flippant ease. (10)
  • A mind lively and at ease, can do with seeing nothing, and can see nothing that does not answer. (4)
  • Those vague stirrings of chivalry and aspiration were gone, and gone that sense of well-earned ease. (8)
  • Tales of search for simples, and those who sought of love Ease because the creature was all too fair. (10)
  • Frank was standing by her, but not steadily; there was a restlessness, which shewed a mind not at ease. (4)
  • No matter what he might earn in his profession, he could never feel at ease, have enough for his ambitions. (13)
  • To be alone, that she might cry and ease her heart of its accusing weight of tears, was all she prayed for. (10)
  • You are probably not aware of what you are doing: Nobody likes ease and natural familiarity more than I do. (10)
  • About his dress and his neat figure was that studied ease which lifts men from the ruck of common bridegrooms. (8)
  • Fixed there by the keenest of all anguish, self-reproach, she could find no interval of ease or forgetfulness. (4)
  • That comfortable ease of spirit which is the breath of life was taken away; he could think of nothing but her. (8)
  • It seemed to His Majesty, fond of his ease and pleasure, that all Canada was far more trouble than it was worth. (19)
  • From them, however, the eight parts of speech shone out most expressively, and James could combine them with ease. (4)
  • But since she is kind of heart, they who love her see her without trouble, and they who seek her find her with ease. (12)
  • Mr. Jarette was not at his ease; he was distinctly dissatisfied with his surroundings, and with himself for being so. (1)
  • Barto had fallen into the Southern habit of assuming ease in quasi-rhetorical sentences, but with wary eyes over them. (10)
  • Men who conceive great resolutions do not always bring them forth with the ease and silence which they themselves desire. (8)
  • He lighted his pipe, and from the depths of his easychair, invited my shy youth to all the ease it was capable of in his presence. (9)
  • He turned sidewise in his chair and, resting one arm on the back, intertwined the fingers of both hands, and smoked at large ease. (9)
  • Farmer Fleming asked not for any life of ease and splendour, though thirty thousand pounds was a fortune; or even twenty thousand. (10)
  • Farmer Fleming asked not for any life of ease and splendour, though thirty thousand pounds was a fortune; or even twenty thousand. (22)
  • Poking around with a penknife we are amazed at the ease with which the knife penetrates the mortar between the joints of the stones. (17)
  • This ease tended to an intimacy which he was himself powerless to repress, and which, from time to time, required their intervention. (9)
  • When it rained we sat at our ease on the stools and comfortably cooked and ate and smoked under the spreading expanse of white linen. (20)
  • We touch upon this fact to illustrate the ease with which, in these dwelling-places, comradeships are established and annoyances incurred. (12)
  • Why the locks should have been so difficult to open, however, was still something remarkable, for she could now manage them with perfect ease. (4)
  • Among the superior dames and damsels she had seen, there was not one to match that figure for stately air, gallant ease, and splendour of pose. (10)
  • I admire all that quaint, old-fashioned politeness; it is much more to my taste than modern ease; modern ease often disgusts me. (4)
  • Her piety, which often had a touch of expectant passion, helped her to ease her husband of the consciousness of his burdens and responsibilities. (12)
  • He invited her to exchange bows over wine, in the fashion of that day, and the Countess went through the performance with finished grace and ease. (10)
  • In the start from Cuxhaven the passengers had the irresponsible ease of people ticketed through, and the steamship company had still the charge of their baggage. (9)

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