One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Alleviate someone's anxiety.‘concentrating on the stitching helped to ease her mind’
calm, quieten, pacify, soothe, comfort, bring comfort to, give solace to, solace, consoleView synonyms
- ‘I went to a church service in the village last night and that eased my mind.’
- ‘I'm glad you shared this with me, and it has eased my mind to a degree.’
- ‘Listening to a toad croak, concentrating on it, eased his mind.’
- ‘I hope that some of these wedding vow samples have eased your mind somewhat and maybe even given you a few ideas to use for your own vows.’
- ‘It was a pleasure meeting you, sir: I hope I have eased your mind about Lord Robert.’
- ‘This will help your weight loss by easing your mind and tricking your body's metabolism and avoid plateauing.’
- ‘Thank you so much for writing, you have eased my mind considerably on the topic of my brother.’
- ‘‘Well someone had to be on this island to plant the treasure,’ Dara explained, easing his mind.’
- ‘Glancing around the dinner, I noticed that it was fairly empty, which somehow eased my mind.’
- ‘The rattling noise began to disappear, and that eased his mind greatly, knowing that he was only a little way away from turning into the next street he needed.’
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