esy

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esy

  1. instrumental plural of eso

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From ese +‎ -y, with influence from Old French aaisé, aisé. Doublet of eise.

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esy (comparative esyere, superlative esyest)

  1. Comfortable, pleasant.
  2. Convenient, suitable, fit
  3. (of nature, motion) Calm, slow-moving.
  4. Requiring little effort or work; easy.
  5. Moderate

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esy

  1. With ease; easily.
  2. With moderation.

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